“Everyone in a complex system has a slightly different interpretation. The more interpretations we gather, the easier it becomes to gain a sense of the whole.” – Margaret J. Wheatley
On Friday, the Nasdaq Composite and tech in general, collapsed.
At the same time, I have heard ones state that this is due to the fact that “Amazon (AMZN) has too high a P/E ratio” and “Netflix (NFLX) valuation is too high”? If you are new to valuations … what does a P/E ratio not take into account? Is there another relationship at work? What is a ‘good value’? What are variables that you have to consider when you look at valuations for both individual companies and a stock index itself? Remember, that the markets are an incredibly complex system.
Let’s talk about the above factors. So grab your cup of coffee as we discuss this in the following podcast …
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