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Oct 07 2014

Royal Blue Index

  • Oct 7, 2014

In Q3 the High P/E Tier was the best performing subset, up 2.1%. However, the High P/E Tier has lagged the other two segments significantly YTD—up only 3.1% compared to +10.1% and +11.8% for the Mid and Low Tiers, respectively.

Jul 08 2014

Royal Blue Index

  • Jul 8, 2014

In Q2, the Low P/E Tier was the best performing subset, up 6.6%. The Low P/E Tier also leads YTD +9.6%. The High P/E growth names are lagging severely YTD, up only 1%.

Apr 08 2014

Royal Blue Index

  • Apr 8, 2014

In Q1 the High P/E Tier was the worst performing subset, down 2.2%. It was the best performer in 2013 (+39.9%), with the Middle P/E Tier (+33.0%) and Low Tier (+33.9%) trailing. 

Jan 08 2014

Royal Blues: High P/E Tier Beats S&P 500

  • Jan 8, 2014

The High P/E Tier is now slightly overvalued, the Middle P/E Tier is overvalued, and the Low P/E Tier continues being quite overvalued.

Oct 08 2013

The Cream of the Institutional Equity Crop Broken Down By P/E Multiples

  • Oct 8, 2013

In Q3 the High P/E Tier was the best performing subset, up 7.6%. It is also the best performer YTD (+23.7%), with the Middle P/E Tier (+22.9%) and Low Tier (+21.7%) just behind.

Jul 08 2013

The Cream of the Institutional Equity Crop Broken Down By P/E Multiples

  • Jul 8, 2013

In Q2, the Low P/E Tier was the best performing subset, up 5.8%. In 2012, the Middle Tier led with a gain of 19.7%, versus +16.2% for the High Tier and +12.2% for the Low Tier.

Nov 11 2001

Stock Market Valuations

  • Nov 11, 2001

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