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Valuation analysis for Adobe Systems Incorporated (NASDAQ:ADBE)

Analysts are expecting Adobe Systems Incorporated (NASDAQ:ADBE) to have a breakout year this year, breaking out of the recent earnings malaise that the company has been going through, and then they expect stellar growth next year.

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Valuation analysis for Home Depot Inc (NYSE:HD)

This article identifies the fair value of Home Depot Inc (NYSE:HD) using an earnings driven approach that focuses on yearly earnings growth comprising trailing 12 month earnings data compared year over year every quarter.  Our analysis also excludes onetime events to more accurately identify real growth.

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Look closely at India when Looking at the iShares MSCI Emerging Markets Indx (ETF) (NYSEARCA:EEM)

The bromance between India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Barack Obama has brought the world’s two largest democracies closer than ever. They plan to visit each other more and they even established a Modi-Obama hotline -- an unprecedented means of connecting the two countries. A strengthening India-U.S. alliance will boost trade between the two countries, benefitting Indian citizens and foreign investors alike. At the same time, the country is saving billions of dollars from cheap oil -- a major import that the government heavily subsidizes. Considering that government capital expenditures are at multi-decade lows, there’s plenty more upside potential for spending to flow to government contractors.

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Valuation analysis for American Express Company (NYSE:AXP)

This article attempts to identify the fair value of American Express Company (NYSE:AXP) using an earnings-driven approach that focuses on trailing 12 month earnings growth including forward looking estimates for the same.  Our observation excludes onetime events to focus on earnings from operations and uses a peg ratio analysis to identify relative value accordingly.

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Timing Investments in SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY) Around the Presidential Terms

The stock market will celebrate its sixth anniversary next month. Considering that bull markets usually last 3.8 years and the one that kicked off in March 2009 is the fourth-longest in history, we are naturally worried about when it will end. You can rest assured that history and economic numbers shows this bull run has much longer to go.

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