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My ER is UP from last year 1 8.33%
My ER is DOWN from last year 5 41.67%
My P/E forward is UP from last year 0 0%
My P/E forward is DOWN from last year 1 8.33%
What the heck is ERP/E? 5 41.67%
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Expense Ratio and Price/Earnings Forward
Old 01-27-2007, 03:54 PM   #1
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Expense Ratio and Price/Earnings Forward

Note: Oh yea, I just realized that you can only vote on one item. Take your pick...

Just calculated my ER at M* X-Ray and it's .15%. Last Jan. it was .14%.

MY P/E dropped from 15.29 to 14. 04.
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Re: Expense Ratio and Price/Earnings Forward
Old 01-27-2007, 05:26 PM   #2
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Re: Expense Ratio and Price/Earnings Forward

You've got to be kidding.  Even I'm not so anal analytical as to calculate these for my portfolio.  I keep my ER down but don't run a weighted average on it either.
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Old 01-27-2007, 07:09 PM   #3
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Even I'm not so anal analytical as to calculate these for my portfolio.


It only takes a few minutes @ Morningstar to use their X-Ray feature. Give it a whirl, it's free.
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Mickeyd, you can edit your poll to allow users to select more than one choice.

Or start a new poll and we'll delete this one. Your option.
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Old 01-28-2007, 03:10 PM   #5
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Re: Expense Ratio and Price/Earnings Forward

Thanks for the suggestuion Nords. I looked at the feature but it doesn't seem to have such an option

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These are the only ones I see.
We moderators don't know all our powers (well, at least I don't), and this might be one of the differences. When I click on the "Edit Poll" link, here's what I get (* to * with my comments in the <>):

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Dory, BMJ, are users seeing different poll options than moderators & admins? Is there a different way for the poll's originator go back and edit it after they set it up?
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