I did a deep valuation analysis on Citigroup today, digging into their earnings reports for the last three years as well as analyst estimates for the next 4 quarters. Here are my conclusions.
In forward P/S terms, Citigroup is nearly the cheapest it has been in the last three years. However, in forward P/E terms, it's nearly the most expensive it has been in the...
This one is too easy...not a ton of downside risk as chart loves support here. I would say a 10%-15% stop loss is fine as you wait for this to break out.
Short volume will also be covering a long with some better economic forcasts in the days to come. REITS will be GREAT again.
I'm actually surprised the sideways nature on this...should curl up here to at...
The biological crisis has stabilized, but the financial crisis is just beginning. True, the Fed has been injecting huge amounts of money into the financial system via repo and treasury and mortgage bond buying. In just a few weeks we're doing more QE than we did over 8 months back in 2008. That should help prevent outright bank failures, but there's still going to...
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Monthly view of the 10 year yield here.
Yield touched current levels in 2012 in anticipation of QE3.
Again in June 2016 over Brexit.
3rd time in August/September of trade war.
4th - Coronavirus? I would bet this is this what initiates the break down.
10 yr around 1% or lower coming soon?
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