Did analysts contribute to perpetuating the stock market bubble of 2000? In my view, a considerable analysis during the bubble was suspect. I lay out here what I see as the mistakes, as a matter of historical record. My aim, however, is not just to document the poor thinking during the bubble, but to convey what good, orderly thinking about fundamental value involves—to avoid mistakes in the future.
Penman, Stephen. "Fundamental Analysis: Lessons from the Recent Stock Market Bubble." Security Analysts Journal 39 (December 2001): 106-115.
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