Could Value investing be changing?
<!-- SC_OFF --><div class="md"><p>For the past few months, high quality with high valuation business making a rally and some of them getting significantly overvalued. I start to think if I would invest just by looking at the quality of the business without valuation, I could have had more return than looking at the price for value. Could the perception for &quot;value&quot; be changing with time? Could new market &quot;value&quot; much higher the premium busines
Does market cap matter in value investing?
<!-- SC_OFF --><div class="md"><p>Let&#39;s say a company has a 1 trillion market cap and in 2022 had a revenue 27b and a net income of 10b. Would you automatically dismiss from investing in that company considering their revenue is only 2.7% of their market cap and their net income is only 1%?</p>
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Watching everyone's AI gains and meanwhile im value investing like a pro
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Cathie Wood's ARK Invest sold most of its Nvidia stake just before the chipmaker kicked off a rally that added $585 billion in market value
<!-- SC_OFF --><div class="md"><p>Cathie Wood&#39;s Ark Invest is probably wishing it didn&#39;t sell nearly 1 million shares of Nvidia between early October and today following the chipmaker&#39;s massive year-to-date surge of more than 160%.</p>
<p>Nvidia stock soared as much as 30% on Thursday after the company announced jaw-dropping guidance as it benefits from a wave of demand for its chipsets that support generative AI technology platforms like Op
Saw this on someone's IG story lol
<!-- SC_OFF --><div class="md"><p>Like come on, you got an asset that is both producing solid cash flow and appreciates in value, an awesome investment type. But nah, that&#39;s not enough, the people renting this asset from you for money need to feel lucky and grateful how easy they got it. GTFO.</p>
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My wife (31F) asked me (34M) to choose between my mom (55F) and her and I think I am going to divorce her.
<!-- SC_OFF --><div class="md"><p><strong>I am not the Original Poster. That is</strong> <a href="/u/TWAFOR">u/TWAFOR</a>. He posted in <a href="/r/relationship_advice">r/relationship_advice</a> and <a href="/r/offmychest">r/offmychest</a>. <strong>This is a long post.</strong></p>
<p>There was a previous BORU post posted by <a href="/u/ForeskinSlayer">u/ForeskinSlayer</a> 7 months ago with the
I’m back from bank crisis with 80k loss. Now, this time’s different. $NVDA
<!-- SC_OFF --><div class="md"><p>NVDA may hold promise for the future, but its current Price to Earnings (PE) and Price to Sales (PS) ratios are less than impressive. Earnings appear stagnant, with PC gaming in decline. The majority of their profit is derived from data services, rather than Al.</p>
<p>Moreover, we&#39;re grappling with the debt ceiling limit. When analyzing patterns from past &#39;blood weeks&#39;, history shows NVDA experienced a 30%
Diablo IV Review Megathread
<!-- SC_OFF --><div class="md"><p>These should be spoiler-free reviews (those go live on June 2nd), but there&#39;s no guarantee that every review will be spoiler free. This thread will aim to capture as many reviews as possible. Please feel free to leave comments with any reviews and I will attempt to add them as quickly as I can!</p>
<p><strong>Game Title</strong>: Diablo IV</p>
AITA for "showing favoritism for my daughter and financially hurting my son"?
<!-- SC_OFF --><div class="md"><p><strong>I am not the Original Poster. That is</strong> <a href="/u/throwRA_saveyodalla">u/throwRA_saveyodalla</a>. He posted in <a href="/r/AmItheAsshole">r/AmItheAsshole</a>. This was a popular yet controversial post on AITA a few months ago. Let me know if it needs trigger warnings or mood spoilers!</p>
<p><strong>Original</strong> <a href="https://www.reddit.com/r/AmItheAsshole/
<!-- SC_OFF --><div class="md"><p>This past weekend, we were subject to another close shave with Treasury default. Speaker Kevin McCarthy and the President&#39;s Administration were the newest contenders in a fight that is becoming all too common in our current fiscal landscape: the debt ceiling.</p>
LPT: Ask a person you are dating what their values are on dating/marriage, kids, religion, politics, and other non-negotiables of yours in the first few weeks. Waiting for the “right time” results in unnecessary heartbreak due to emotions being overly invested months down the road.
<!-- SC_OFF --><div class="md"><p>You will save both parties a ton of time and emotional turmoil talking about the tough stuff right off the bat instead of just staying in the honeymoon phase as long as possible.</p>
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