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Publication Name: Musings on Markets

Brief description: Aswath Damodaran's not so profound thoughts about valuation, corporate finance and the news of the day!

Joined: August 20th, 2011

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Musings on Markets wrote a new blog post titled Country Risk: A Mid-year 2019 Update

One of the consequences of globalization is that investors, analysts and companies can no longer stay focused on just their domestic markets, but have to also understand the risks and opportunities elsewhere in the world. When developed market companies first embarked on the journey of expanding into emerging market growth economies, investors pushed up their stock prices, primarily because of the potential that they saw in these markets for expansion. Over time, though, we have learned that,...
(7 days ago)

Musings on Markets wrote a new blog post titled Meatless Future or Vegan Delusions? The Beyond Meat Valuation

In a big year for initial public offerings (IPOs), with Uber, Lyft, Pinterest and Zoom, to name just a few, already having gone public and more companies waiting in the wings, it is ironic that it is not a tech company, nbut a food company, Beyond Meat, that has managed to deliver the most dazzling post-IPO performance of any of the listings. As the stock increased seven-fold, investors who were able to get into the stock at the offering price have been enriched, but those who jumped on the...
(69 days ago)

Musings on Markets wrote a new blog post titled Tesla's Travails: Curfew for a Corporate Teenager?

It should come as no surprise to anyone that Tesla is back in the news, though it seems to be for all of the wrong reasons. From Musk's Twitter escapades with the SEC, to talk about electric lawn blowers to concerns about a debt death spiral, the company has managed, yet again, to get in its own way, and this time, it has paid a price in the market, as its stock price tests lows not seen in a couple of years. I would be lying if I said that I do not find the company fascinating, and as has been...
(78 days ago)