Eugene Barbaneagra, Portfolio Manager, joins hosts Steve Sedgwick and Julianna Tatelbaum, and guest host Doug Peterson, CEO of S&P Global, in-studio to discuss the European markets. He shares insight on goals-based investing, our value investment approach and long-term outlook.
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IPO: An initial public offering (IPO) refers to the process of offering shares of a private corporation to the public in a new stock issuance.
Quantitative: Quantitative analysis is based on computer-driven models.
P/E: Price to earnings ratio is the ratio of a company's share price to its earnings over the past 12 months, which can be is used to help determine whether a stock is undervalued or overvalued.
Price-to-book: The price-to-book ratio compares a company's market value to its book value. The market value of a company is its share price multiplied by the number of outstanding shares. The book value is the net assets of a company.
Long/short: A long position is positioning to gain from future strength of a particular security or currency. A short position is positioning to gain from future weakness of a particular security or currency.
Long duration: Long duration bonds are more price-sensitive to changes in interest rates.
Dovish: Dovish refers to the views of a policy advisor (for example at the Bank of England) who has a positive view of inflation and its economic impact and thus tends to favour lower interest rates.
Tech Bubble: Tech bubble refers to a pronounced and unsustainable market rise attributed to increased speculation in technology stocks.
Reversion to the Mean: Mean reversion refers to the theory that prices and returns eventually move back towards their historical average.
Recession: A recession is a macroeceonomic term that refers to a significant decline in general economic activity in a region, country, or the entire world that goes on for more than a few months.
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Statements regarding ability to take short positions are in regards to portfolios managed by Mr. Barbaneagra.