Oracles Present State Looks Great But Challenges Lie in Wait
You may think of Oracle (ORCL) as a company that sells software. In fact, at its core, it is a company that sells software updates.
General Electrics Business Strategy
Despite the many products and services provided by GE, its business strategy is actually startlingly simple. In short, GE is betting on the continued flourishing of the human race. The company is divesting consumer-facing assets and acquiring or boosting commercial-facing ones in what we term the PIT Strategy. An analysis of the companys valuation drivers suggests an upside potential of the 40% range for GE.
The Big Picture: Who’s Afraid of Shiller’s CAPE?
This Big Picture special report investigates the use of the Cyclically-Adjusted Price-to-Earnings Ratio (CAPE) for the S&P 500 to assess the relative over- or under-valuation of the U.S. Market at present.
US Regional Banks Attractiveness Jumps in June
Our Sector-level heat map looks much the same as it did last month, save for the fact that the shade of green has deepened for the Utilities and Financial Services sectorsindicating a larger number of companies screening undervalued according to YCharts Value Score.
May 2014 Valuation Heatmaps: The Ongoing Saga of Overvalued Biotechs
The key investment takeaways from this months report are: The sector-level picture in May looks very similar to April'sUtilities are screening as the most undervalued sector and Healthcare as the most overvalued one. Six out of 10 of the largest market capitalization stocks screening as VS10 (most undervalued) are in the Energy sector. However, there is one industry in the Energy sector screening as overvalued, offering the potential for a sector-neutral long-short strategy. The Ongoing Saga of Overvalued Biotech continues. Healthcare remains frothy.