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DIY University: Understanding the P/E Ratio

DIY University: Understanding the P/E Ratio

What is the P/E Ratio? A P/E Ratio is the ratio between the market price for a stock (P) divided by the 12 Month Trailing Diluted Earnings Per Share (E) P/E Ratio =    Price per Share 12 Month Trailing Earnings per Share (EPS) A a low P/E ratio indicates that a...
5 ways to manage your portfolio like a pro

5 ways to manage your portfolio like a pro

My first brush with stock market investing came when I opened a Roth IRA at age 22. I knew little of stock market investing, but I muddled through some analyst reports, and I picked about a dozen stocks. A few months later I logged into my account to see how my...
Risk Ratios and Portfolio Optimization

Risk Ratios and Portfolio Optimization

Have you ever wondered if you’re missing out on portfolio returns? Do you wonder how a hedge fund manager might manage your money? Here at DIY.Fund, we put hedge fund quality tools into your hands, so you can manage your portfolio like a professional. We want...
Rebalancing Your Portfolio in a Volatile Market

Rebalancing Your Portfolio in a Volatile Market

Photo Credit: “balance scale”, © 2011 winnifredxoxo, Flickr | CC-BY | via Wylio Asset Allocation: Easy as Pie Rebalancing starts with ‘RE’ which means going back. If you intend to REbalance your portfolio, then at some point in the past your portfolio had...
The Old Wall Street in Sheep’s Clothing

The Old Wall Street in Sheep’s Clothing

I admit it.  I was enamored with ROBO brokers too.  First off anything with robo in the name had to be smarter than I am.  (plus it is cool to say, try it).  They all boast of quantitative models, and PHd’s working hard to select the perfect portfolio.   For example...