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27 September 2012

Weekend Reading for Equity Investors: Focusing on Fundamentals

Posted In: Weekend Reads

Equity investors liked what they heard from central bankers Mario Draghi and Ben Bernanke earlier this month and have pushed most global indices higher. Chinese stocks, coping with a steady flow of skepticism and negative economic news, have been a notable exception. Looking ahead, as corporate earnings come back into focus, the bullish sentiment may very well fade without meaningful signs of a sustained economic recovery.

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About the Author(s)
David Larrabee, CFA

David Larrabee, CFA, was director of member and corporate products at CFA Institute and served as the subject matter expert in portfolio management and equity investments. Previously, he spent two decades in the asset management industry as a portfolio manager and analyst. He holds a BA in economics from Colgate University and an MBA in finance from Fordham University. Topical Expertise: Equity Investments · Portfolio Management

1 thought on “Weekend Reading for Equity Investors: Focusing on Fundamentals”

  1. Driver says:

    What are the economics of co-owning a boat?

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