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Topley’s Top Ten – April 18, 2017

1.Ford and GM have Two of the Lowest P/E’s in S&P…..TSLA +41% YTD vs. F-GM Negative…..TSLA Trading at 271x Earnings.

Ford has the fifth-lowest price/earnings ratio in the S&P 500. The absolute lowest belongs to rival General Motors, which at $34, trades for under six times projected 2017 earnings. Barron’s has written favorably on GM, including in an article earlier this year (“GM Shares Could Drive 35% Higher,” Feb. 18), when GM traded around $37.

TSLA vs. U.S. Carmakers.

TSLA Lost $675 million in 2016

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Topley’s Top Ten – April 17, 2017

1.Leading Sector in 2017 Tech Finishes Down 10 Days in a Row. XLK +8.29% YTD vs. S&P +4%

The Standard & Poor’s 500 Information Technology Index has finished lower 10 days in a row, only the fourth such streak since 1989, when daily data on the sector was first posted, according to Bespoke Investment Group.

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