The financial metric that matters more than profits

Our ‘Earnings’ Obsession They are called “Earnings Calls” Defined by Investopedia as “A conference call between the management of a public company, analysts, investors and the media to discuss the financial results during a given reporting period such as a quarter or a fiscal year. An earnings call is usually preceded by an earnings report, which contains summary information on financial performance for the period.” The financial media has it front and centre as the metric to watch and report. No wonder then that we seek out “Earnings per Share” more than other investment metrics. So what’s wrong with Earnings

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