Core PE ratio, 84-89
Core revenue, 64-70
Corporate governance, 224-28,
231-35
Current market value, 44-56
Dividend history, 241-46
DJIA, 49, 61, 93, 114-15, 131
Dow theory, 92-98, 132-33, 156
Dow, Charles, 92-93
DRIP plans, 242
Du Pont De Nemours, 8-9, 78
Eastman Kodak, 113-16, 132
EBITDA, 21-24, 27
Enron, 16, 44-45, 48
EPS:
changes, 39
comparisons, 122
consistency, 244
EBITDA adjustment, 23
exclusions, 136
history, 170
inaccuracy, 39
influence, 97-98
levels, 43
outdated, 56, 85
predictions, 27-28
trends, 238
Expense shifting, 159
Exxon Mobil, 8-9
FASB, 4, 24, 251
First Federal Capital, 243-46
Ford Motor, 8-9, 14
Fundamental:
analysis, 50
approach, 27-30
confirmation, 95
interpretation, 88
processes, 97
relevant, 109-10
risk, 130-36
tests, 151, 152
trends, 63-64
volatility, 44, 119-22, 136-39
GAAP:
adjustments, 86
calculations, 24, 44
culture, 111, 149
guidelines, 11, 15
liberal nature, 148, 231-32
organization, 4
reform, 6, 10-11
reliability, 166
reporting, 26-27, 151
rules, 25-26
standards, 251
unmodified, 30
General Electric, 8-9, 11, 78, 110,
136, 148, 224
Graham and Dodd, 24
Hamilton, William Peter, 93
Home Depot, 243-46
IBM, 8, 46-47, 71-72, 74-75, 78,
82-84, 137, 157-58, 165-66,
170, 175-78, 190
Investment value, 44-56
JDS Uniphase, 8
Johnson & Johnson, 124-26,
129
Jones, Edward C., 93
Kraft Foods, 46
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