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  • bizarro_gullible bizarro_gullible Sep 13, 2006 4:58 PM Flag

    There is a reason the historical market P/E

    is around 15...that gives you a 6.7% earnings yield...market typically pays 4% dividend historically...that is a 11% return..nice compensation for taking on risk over a ten year treasury. It really will never be much more over the long term. They have done everything after the bubble to help it...cut cap gains taxes...cut corporate taxes...cut interest rates...so right now we have about the best P/E we'll ever have outside a bubble...S&P500 trades at 15.6 forward P/E.

    AMZN, trades at a 75 forward P/E that is an earnings yield of 1.3%...it pays no dividend, so that should be the total return from the investment. It has a high beta which is a measure of market volatiltiy and risk. The expected earnings yield for this year is 3.8% BELOW what a money market account is paying. You better be growing ernings something lie 50% a year to justify that...instead, AMZN earnings will likely FALL 50% this year. I kid you not.

    http://moneycentral.msn.com/investor/invsub/analyst/earnest.asp?Page=EarningsGrowthRates&Symbol=AMZN

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    • I brought books at Amazon couple times, most of them turn out to be useless books. The reason for that is you won't be able to look at the books before you buy them, and it's too easy to click at check out with your credit card. It's a sin of convenience

    • MEGADITTOES!!! HETEROSEXUAL WIFE!!!!!

    • "It is funny that the Nazi Fsg who wrote post after post screaming that "kikes must die"...."


      Oh dear Terri! Your claim is demonstrably and blatantly false; a search of my posts on Yahoo shows that I have never once used the word "kike".

      Furthermore, none of my posts have ever been deleted by Yahoo, which is more than you and sonny can claim.

      Why do vegetables hate the truth?

    • "Something very peculiar about you saying what you did. Also the phrasing of your question was peculiar, in specifying centimeters and seconds when that was irrelevant, and in using the phrasing "overlay" and in using a y1 and a y2."



      Too funny - Terri decides that there are a gazillion things wrong with the question after she can't come up with the right answer!

      It reminds me of sonny blaming wabbit when yahoo deleted all his pathetic hate-filled messages.

      It never occurs to these dumbasses that it is their own fault when things go wrong....they always have to make someone else responsible for their mistakes.

    • "...would do worse that goulfag on the verbal SAT (in English)."

      Or was that just picking on my language. That'd be okay. ;)

      I am learning a lot from you all here.

      Gute Nacht!

    • "German Guy <<"Don't forget the phase shift in radian measure!" is a sentence written three times under my tasks on the first pages of the book as I started the whole thing very lax>>

      I finally found someone who would do worse that goulfag on the verbal SAT (in English)."

      I hadn't told you that if I considered myself vulnerable to you questioning my intellect.

      So if you think you have finally found an additional victim for your ever again so humorous SAT joke, feel free to do what your obsession tells you to...

    • Writing y1 and y2 at this kind of equations is common here.

    • "Also the phrasing of your question was peculiar, in specifying centimeters and seconds when that was irrelevant, and in using the phrasing "overlay" and in using a y1 and a y2."

      First I'm intertested what's the correct English term for 'overlay'. In my language it's called '´┐Żberlagerung'. Never did math in English before.

      "Centimeters and seconds" was indeed a wrong track, a joke. Of course it's a unit-less formula. Looking at your calculation nothing which could you lead off-track.

      To my understanding of the question: I'll be honest :). It's from my six year old exercise book. My last thinking about complex numbers is probably just as old.

      "Don't forget the phase shift in radian measure!" is a sentence written three times under my tasks on the first pages of the book as I started the whole thing very lax. There is no connection to your calculation. As said, just a massive tease... ;)

    • "Look at my calculation, and tell me specifically where you think I made an error."

      So you're the one giving the orders here, right?

      And now you want me to find the error in your mental poo?

      Don't you all see: we finally found the answer what Dr. Lasr actually wants from us!

      He converts his mental poo into symbols (including language) which he then posts to world wide message boards. Then he hopes that the "others" go through this and find errors. Else he is a perfect totality and his poo is just good enough for the "rest".

      If he senses a informational discontinuity, also called contradiction, AND if he concedes the possibility that you might be a real entitiy outside his solipsistic universe, he orders you to tell exactly what's wrong with him. He has got no alternative since reason turns on red alarm for the possibility of an internal error.

      I've always thought that he's a little wicked, but that's so sweet! Just wants to know from us if he is allright.




      Don't be mad. Just teasing you... ;)

    • "I got my MBA so I wouldn't have to answer such useless questions."

      You and Dr. George W. Bush!

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