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The Lounge>Personal finance and investing megathread extravaganza
DaFace 11:23 AM 06-27-2016
I know lewdog (and maybe others) have mentioned the desire to have a place to chat about personal finance stuff. We'll see if there's enough interest to keep this going in the long-term, but at least for now, here's a place to chat about whatever personal finance topics come up.



If you're just getting started thinking about saving and don't know where to begin,
this flow chart can help. Ask for advice in the thread for more help!
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Buehler445 10:08 PM 03-30-2020
Good read. Thanks DT.

Bottom line, WOOF
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jerryaldini 10:21 PM 03-30-2020
Surprisingly strong March manufacturing numbers out of China (China numbers, I know). PMI had dropped to 35 in Feb came back to 53. The kind of recovery US can hope for this summer.
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scho63 04:06 AM Yesterday
Originally Posted by jerryaldini:
Surprisingly strong March manufacturing numbers out of China (China numbers, I know). PMI had dropped to 35 in Feb came back to 53. The kind of recovery US can hope for this summer.
China would tell everyone they have full employment yet 80% of the workers would be prison labor. That's how Commies work. :-)
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ChiliConCarnage 05:10 PM Yesterday
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Unemployment will shoot up to 15 percent during the second quarter of the year, while gross domestic product (GDP) will fall at an annualized rate of 34 percent as the coronavirus pandemic ripples through the U.S. economy, according to forecasts Goldman Sachs released Tuesday.

The new outlook shows a deeper recession than an analysis from the investment bank last week, which predicted 9 percent unemployment and an economic trough showing a 24 percent decline.

Goldman Sachs is still predicting a "V-shape" recovery, however, meaning the steep drop-off will lead to a bigger bounce of 19 percent in the third quarter.

"Our estimates imply that a bit more than half of the near-term output decline is made up by yearend and that real GDP falls 6.2% in 2020 on an annual-average basis (vs. 3.7% in our previous forecast)," the forecast said
Goldman Sachs new projections for Q2 drop from -24% GDP to -34%. Somehow they still have us shooting right back up with +19% Q3 GDP. I get we had a lot of stimulus but it's hard to imagine bouncing back to that level. I'd have been happy if we bounced back to flat growth.
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lewdog 08:20 PM Yesterday
Looking for bluechip stocks with PE ratios that are lower. Where can I find a searchable list?
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Rain Man 08:42 PM Yesterday
Originally Posted by lewdog:
Looking for bluechip stocks with PE ratios that are lower. Where can I find a searchable list?
Most brokerage sites have a stock screener tool. What do you use?
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lewdog 08:47 PM Yesterday
Originally Posted by Rain Man:
Most brokerage sites have a stock screener tool. What do you use?
TD Ameritrade.
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Rain Man 08:50 PM Yesterday
Originally Posted by lewdog:
TD Ameritrade.
Oh. I don't use that one, so I can't help you there. But I bet it's got one, usually under "research" or some such header. They won't usually filter on things like "blue chip", but in my various accounts I can filter for things like revenue and dividend paid and a million other things like eps growth, p/e, book value, and other stuff.
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