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  • falconarm falconarm Feb 7, 2013 12:50 AM Flag

    Maclean Gave No Apple Specific Facts, But Here Is Definition of "Normalized Earnings"...

    Normalized Earnings
    1. Earnings for a company not including nonrecurring charges and gains. A one-time charge or gain that deeply affects a company's profits or losses for a given period of time might make it appear more or less healthy than it really is; normalized earnings are an indication of a company's true financial health.

    2. Earnings that account for seasonal or economic cycles. See also: Seasonally-adjusted.
    normalized earnings
    Past or forecasted earnings that have been adjusted for cyclical variations. Earnings are generally normalized by using a moving average of earnings per share over a number of successive periods.

    Base speculations aired without aggressive questioning: thy name is CNBC/ MELISSA LEE/FAST MONEY/OPENING BELL, etc...

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