Earnings Yield On S&P 500 Points To Higher Levels By End Of 2014
- Defying all the experts, even the bullish ones, the S&P 500 has resumed hitting new highs in June.
- The P/E and its reciprocal E/P appear to show an over-valued market.
- However, after adjusting for the current interest rate environment, the P/E and E/P show a market with plenty of value left.
The Sell-Off In Biotech Is Coming To An End
- The stats also tell us that the odds are tilted in the favor of IBB for a holding period ending on June 21st.
- The probability of a positive investment return is above normal and the average rally is above normal.
- However, the risk of taking an outright IBB position is also above normal with an average drop of 15.1% in case of a negative return.
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