Valuing New Economy Stocks

Jahnke, William
June 2000
Journal of Financial Planning;Jun2000, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p46
Academic Journal
This article explores various approaches to valuing new economy stocks in the U.S. For modern investors, value investing means investing in companies with established positions in the new economy stocks like Sun Microsystems Inc., Cisco Inc., Intel Corp. and AOL Time Warner Inc. Value is based on expectations of revenue growth, profit margins and the required rate of return. Some investment opportunities include the Internet business and the automobile industry.


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