Just had a question, many companies report NON-GAAP earnings alongside the GAAP earnings. In some cases that can be a difference of a loss to big profit. When Yahoo posts the P/E ratio of a company is that based off GAAP or NON-GAAP?
all yahoo can report is what is given, which is mumbo jumbo. yahoo is on the move.
on another note hedge funds do not follow one system of trading, as one person said the hedge funds will short at 40 dollars. for a fact it is not the case. various funds have various strategies which is evidenced by the wide variety of results amongst hedge funds. many funds cannot beat buy and hold the indexes in an up market or short and hold the indexes in a down market. all indicators for yahoo are buy and hold so far