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PEG Ratio: Useful or Obsolete Valuation Metric?

Several decades ago, when Peter Lynch popularized this ratio, simple metrics such as the PEG ratio served a valuable purpose; providing valuation guidelines for investors to follow in an era when metrics weren‘t easily accessible. The trade off between price and growth is a concept every investor should understand. The post PEG Ratio: Useful or Obsolete Valuation Metric? appeared first on Arbor Asset Allocation Model Portfolio (AAAMP) Value

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Purpose of Financial Statements Analysis

The purpose of financial statements is to provide pertinent information on the financial position (Balance Sheet), profitability (Income Statement) and operating, investing, and financing activities (Cash Flow Statement) of a company. The post Purpose of Financial Statements Analysis appeared first on Arbor Asset Allocation Model Portfolio (AAAMP) Value Blog.

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Shiller PE 10: Advantages, Criticisms, and Implementation

The purpose of Shiller PE 10 is to provide long term risk to reward analysis based on earnings and current prices. Used properly, PE 10 will guide you to asset allocation decisions that improve long term returns and lower your risk of large portfolio drawdowns. The post Shiller PE 10: Advantages, Criticisms, and Implementation appeared first on Arbor Asset Allocation Model Portfolio (AAAMP) Value Blog.

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How to Use Valuation Analysis to Time the Market

The post How to Use Valuation Analysis to Time the Market appeared first on Arbor Asset Allocation Model Portfolio (AAAMP) Value Blog.

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Dividend Stocks Analysis Checklist

A dividend stocks analysis checklist that goes beyond more commonly used or popular metrics which might not be effective in the real world. There are some lesser known metrics which provide better indicators of future performance. We can use these to gain an advantage in analyzing dividend stocks. The dividend stocks analysis checklist is divided into 4 sections: Company Analysis, Dividend Safety, Earnings Quality, and Valuation. The post Divide

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5 Portfolio Risk Management Strategies

You can‘t control the direction or volatility of stock prices. We‘re going to focus on 5 portfolio risk management strategies that you can control. The post 5 Portfolio Risk Management Strategies appeared first on Arbor Asset Allocation Model Portfolio (AAAMP) Value Blog.

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What is a Drawdown?

Your biggest risk in investing is a large portfolio drawdown because you lose your investment capital. Portfolio management is as much about controlling losses as it is making money. The post What is a Drawdown? appeared first on Arbor Asset Allocation Model Portfolio (AAAMP) Value Blog.

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Cash Flow From Operations (CFO) Calculations & Ratios

Cash Flow From Operations (CFO) is the cash inflows and outflows of a company‘s core business operations. It is an important line on the cash flow statement. The post Cash Flow From Operations (CFO) Calculations Ratios appeared first on Arbor Asset Allocation Model Portfolio (AAAMP) Value Blog.

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Mastering The Market Cycle by Howard Marks: Review & Quotes

A review of, and 78 quotes from, Howard Marks second book Mastering the Market Cycle - Getting The Odds On Your Side. The post Mastering The Market Cycle by Howard Marks: Review Quotes appeared first on Arbor Asset Allocation Model Portfolio (AAAMP) Value Blog.

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Maximum Drawdown and the Concept of Probable Maximum Loss

Determining your probable maximum loss and choosing an equity asset allocation that is consistent with your decision will allow you to control your maximum drawdown. The post Maximum Drawdown and the Concept of Probable Maximum Loss appeared first on Arbor Asset Allocation Model Portfolio (AAAMP) Value Blog.

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Tactical Asset Allocation Versus Strategic Asset Allocation

The post Tactical Asset Allocation Versus Strategic Asset Allocation appeared first on Arbor Asset Allocation Model Portfolio (AAAMP) Value Blog.

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Dividend Investing 6 Important Advantages

The post Dividend Investing - 6 Important Advantages appeared first on Arbor Asset Allocation Model Portfolio (AAAMP) Value Blog.

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5 Most Important Factors to Increase Your Portfolio Value

As investors we all have the common goal of increasing our portfolio value. But how often do we really consider the factors that determine the value of our portfolio? Here are the five factors that affect the value of your portfolio the most! The post 5 Most Important Factors to Increase Your Portfolio Value appeared first on Arbor Asset Allocation Model Portfolio (AAAMP) Value Blog.

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Piotroski F-Score Stock Screen

The post Piotroski F-Score Stock Screen appeared first on Arbor Asset Allocation Model Portfolio (AAAMP) Value Blog.

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Asset Allocation Categories & Guidance

Asset Allocation is where investors make their biggest investing mistakes. Portfolio volatility is lowered by combining low or negatively correlated assets. The post Asset Allocation Categories Guidance appeared first on Arbor Asset Allocation Model Portfolio (AAAMP) Value Blog.

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