PE – Ratio a simple metric used to measure the valuation of the market. From the numbers one can understand whether the markets are cheap, expensive or fairly valued. Current PE Ratio Metric at 26.86 is little above the 2 standard deviation.
Before making investments, one has to evaluate it. For valuating stocks, comes the investment valuation ratio which is the P/E ratio. As a value investor fundamental metrics will be the first priority to value a stock. For calculating P/E certain circumstances may be informative & in some cases it is quite difficult.
Recently, Indian govt announced a particular scheme in their budget notes which took a lot of attention, especially gold merchants and speculators. With gold prices tumbling since last couple of years, the new scheme-if it works, would not only increase the supply of precious metal at domestic level, in-turn cuts our international gold imports which further depresses the price at global scale.
Here is a simple video tutorial on how to retrieve Historical PE Ratio for Nifty using NSE EOD Charting Feature. Currently we support PE Ratio, PB Ratio, Dividend Yield for Nifty.
$0 — that is how much the Federal Reserve will buy in mortgage and treasury bonds next month. As widely anticipated the Federal Open Market Committee announced the end of its multi-year asset purchases Wednesday.In case you haven’t been watching, every month in 2013 the Federal Reserve purchased $85 billion worth of bonds, the peak of what was ultimately 37 months in a row of buying.
Gold (16.10.2014) traded higher as per our article published on sep. 24th & reach to $1240 mark with some if & but. This time lets start with some economic fundamentals, US doing with as far as economic data concern while a continue fall in equity market in this week may showing an effect of end of QE3. Euro area facing major hurdles in economic while china continue showing weak data with slowing economy activity.
The idea that solar power may soon be everywhere isn’t nutty anymore. The price of solar panels has plunged more than 80 percent in the past five years and is expected to keep falling.Global output from photovaltics,panels that convert light directly into electricity, has increased 40 percent every year for the past decade.