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  • jca433 jca433 Mar 23, 2013 1:07 AM Flag

    Every sector is over valued and the median P/E for each sector ranges from 24 to 17

    Technology has highest P/E near 25 and the lowest is Utilities near 17
    The most expensive and over valued sectors now are technology, healthcare, energy, and industrials.

    When you hear the the stock promoters trying to convince you the stock market is cheap remember this post.

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    • APPL? Over valued? Look at their balance sheet........ Short some stuff if you must, vs a long appl position...

    • What is most interesting is that consumer staples have a high, but lower P/E than cyclicals like industrials, technology, and energy. These high valuations are present even as the global economy sinks. Earnings for many corporations have already peaked for the cycle.

      Revenue growth since the bottom of the last recession is only about 20%! The revenue growth has severely lagged earnings growth since 2008. The U.S. consumer is broke and deeply in debt. Their wages are stagnant and incomes falling.

    • and PE's are climbing with sequestration/austerity and trade deficits and massive national debts and higher health care costs and global warming (hurricanes and tsanami's and droughts and floods)

      I wouldn't be surprised to see spy go back to 90, seriously

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