Probable Outcomes: Secular Stock Market Insights

Probable Outcomes Secular Stock Market Insights Probable Outcomes continues the Crestmont Research tradition of full color charts and graphs that enable investors and advisors to differentiate between irrational hope and a rational view of the stoc

  • Title: Probable Outcomes: Secular Stock Market Insights
  • Author: Ed Easterling
  • ISBN: 9781879384828
  • Page: 252
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Probable Outcomes continues the Crestmont Research tradition of full color charts and graphs that enable investors and advisors to differentiate between irrational hope and a rational view of the stock market The unique combination of investment science and investment art explores the market from several perspectives, and addresses the implications for a broad range of inProbable Outcomes continues the Crestmont Research tradition of full color charts and graphs that enable investors and advisors to differentiate between irrational hope and a rational view of the stock market The unique combination of investment science and investment art explores the market from several perspectives, and addresses the implications for a broad range of investors Ed Easterling delivers an insightful analysis of the likely course for the stock market over the 2010 decade Investors and advisors will benefit from this timely outlook and its message of reasonable expectations and value added investing This essential resource provides a comprehensive understanding of the fundamental principles that drive the stock market.

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    1. Ed Easterling has changed the way I think about saving for retirement. His clear explanation of secular bull/bear cycles makes sense and his rowing vs sailing analogy for how we need to invest in each type of market is compelling.I was introduced to this book by an excerpt published in John Mauldin's newsletter and then later heard Easterling speak at an investment conference. This book is somewhat dry in the middle. I would recommend reading the first section and then skip right to the fourth a [...]

    2. An excellent follow up for his 2005 book-Unexpected Return, the author Ed Easterling reviewed his ideas and updated the data to 2010. While reviewing his key ideas, his reasoning is more organized this time and the argument is easier to follow. He spent the majority of the book analyzing the current bear cycle starting in 2000 with P/E ratio at 40+. He argues the current P/E ratio at around 20 will need to fall further before the secular market ends, as a bull market usually starts when P/E rati [...]

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