US Stocks Disconnect from Earnings

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US Stocks Disconnect from Earnings

When buying a stock, you are investing in the future of the company. Historically a stock price is highly correlated to earnings growth. If earnings grow, the stock increases and vice versa. What we have seen in the past decade is that many US large company stock prices have increased, but earnings have not kept pace. Proctor & Gamble is just one example of this phenomenon and we highlight that in this video.

 

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