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Enron is nothing compared to the Global Crossing scandal, where all the parties acted in their own interests.
Find out what one investment guru's research into the Dow and P/Es turned up.
Even if you don't own Enron shares, the company's collapse has big implications for how we value stocks.
Gains and capital appreciation are great, but asset preservation is nice, too.
Several possible explanations exist -- but they all lead to a tearful end.
Earnings are way down, and the market shrugs. What's wrong with this picture?
If you're buying now, you're paying too much, even in the rosiest possible recovery scenario.
Looking to interest rates to explain P/Es? That idea evaporated in the past two weeks.