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Let’s set aside the noise and talk about the one thing that matters most in a volatile market like this: earnings.

According to recent FactSet data, analysts expect negative earnings growth in the first quarter of 2020. That’s no surprise, given the battering the coronavirus is laying on some sectors of the economy.

But even so, the projected decline as I write was still reasonable: just 0.1%. Things can still change, of course, but it’s important to note that this modest decline comes after a fourth quarter in which earnings grew following three straight quarters of declines—and despite analyst expectations of a 1.7%… Read more

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Regular readers know that I’m not exactly a huge fan of Microsoft’s software porfolio circa 2011 and beyond.  (For my full scathing analysis, click here). But it is looking like many investors now agree with my pessimistic take – in fact, by looking at the MSFT chart, there may be nobody left to sell – at least […]

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