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Ten of Swords - Reversed

Ten of Swords - Reversed

In the Past position
A card in the left position indicates what has happened to affect your question in the past.

Meaning: Short-term gains. Fallacy. Merger gain. Overconfidence. Poor research. Brief respite. Mirage. Gullibility.

 
Two of Swords

Two of Swords

In the Present position
A card in the middle position indicates what is affecting your question at this time.

Meaning: Armed peace. Uncertainty. Limited information. Impasse. Blind judgment. Sensing. Frail alliance but with potential. Invitation to friendship, collaboration, or union, but not being met halfway. Questioning whether friend or foe. Dual nature. Energized by a not yet decided situation, relationship, or path venturing into the unknown. Having to proceed while in the dark, using intuition or caution. Self-reliance. Having to make a blind choice to break a stalemate.

 
Six of Wands

Six of Wands

In the Future position
A card in the right position indicates your questions future.

Meaning: Acknowledgement of accomplishments. Victory parade. Accolades, admirers, and gratitude. Respect of one's peers. Contributing ideas to a group project or cause. Leadership and established reputation. Good standing. Recognized authority. Having the confidence of the community. A success being more than one had hoped for. A sense of satisfaction. An original, daring thought brings victory. Honours.

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How many times have you become frustrated with your significant other? You feel like they just don't understand you. You feel like you don't connect anymore. There is no passion and fire left in your relationship.
Do you long to feel that passion again? Here are seven simple ways to put the fire back in your relationship -- and keep it there:

1. Don't forget date night.
It's been said a thousand times, but it's true. Couples who forget to go out on dates tend to treat each other like furniture in the house. You need to have a date together every week. Get dressed up for each other. Go out to a restaurant, a ballgame, or just take a walk together. It doesn't matter where you go as long as you do something different from your usual activities. When you're on your dates, treat each other the way you did when you first started dating.

2. Give a proper greeting.
When your significant other comes home at night, meet them at the door and give them a big kiss. Don't just yell, "Hey, how ya doing?" from another room. If you are the one coming in the door, go to wherever your partner is in the house and give them a big kiss. Little gestures like this go a long way.

3. Keep on kissing.
When you wake up in the morning, make sure you kiss your partner. Forget about morning breath. Who cares? We're talking about showing love from the very first minute of the day. This brings me to the second part of this: Before you go to bed at night, make sure you are connected with your significant other and kiss them goodnight. You should always feel love and nurturing before you go to sleep. Too many couples get into bed -- each person on their side of the bed -- and fall asleep without bothering to kiss each other goodnight.

4. Break the routine.
A big part of keeping the fire burning in a relationship is stirring up the daily routine. One of the best ways to do this is to set a romantic mood. Light candles. If it's a night you normally watch TV, why not light candles throughout the entire house? Do anything that's out of your normal routine.

5. Send a "no special reason" message.
Send your significant other little notes in the middle of the day, just telling them that you love them or that you're thinking about them. With email and texting, this is so simple yet so powerful. You can even leave a quick voicemail. That one "I love you" message will make your partner feel happier.

6. Leave a surprise note.
Everyone loves a surprise, so try placing a handwritten note in their bag or briefcase. If you leave early for work, leave a card saying, "I'll be thinking of you all day long" or "I really love the way you and I are together." Write something simple but beautiful. Share something to remind your mate of great times together.
7. Be there even when you're apart. If you travel for business or other reasons, leave a sweet note for your partner before you leave. Even better, leave a series of notes for them to find and read on each day that you will be away. If your significant other is the one who travels, slip a card into their suitcase and follow up with some romantic texts while they are gone. This lets them know you are thinking about them. Keeping each other in your thoughts is one of the most important parts of keeping the fire burning.

By dating coach David Wygant

from: Yahoo

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About 10 years ago I was having my annual holiday party, and my niece had come with her newly minted M.B.A. boyfriend. As he looked around the room, he noted that my employees seemed happy. I told him that I thought they were.

Then, figuring I would take his new degree for a test drive, I asked him how he thought I did that. "I'm sure you treat them well," he replied.

"That's half of it," I said. "Do you know what the other half is?"

He didn't have the answer, and neither have the many other people that I have told this story. So what is the answer? I fired the unhappy people. People usually laugh at this point. I wish I were kidding.

I'm not. I have learned the long, hard and frustrating way that as a manager you cannot make everyone happy. You can try, you can listen, you can solve some problems, you can try some more. Good management requires training, counseling and patience, but there comes a point when you are robbing the business of precious time and energy.

Don't get me wrong. This doesn't happen a lot. There's no joy in the act of firing someone. And it's not always the employee's fault — there are many bad bosses out there. Bad management can make a good employee dysfunctional. On the other hand, good management will not always make a dysfunctional employee good. And sometimes people who would be great employees somewhere else just don't fit your company, whether it is the type of business or the company culture.

In the worst cases, the problem of a bad fit can have a bigger impact than just one employee's performance. Being in charge does not necessarily mean you are in control, and being in control does not necessarily mean being in charge. Have you ever seen a company or department paralyzed by someone who is unhappy and wants to take hostages? It is remarkable how much damage one person can do. If you haven't seen it, I suggest you watch "The Caine Mutiny." Basically, one guy takes apart the ship. He was unhappy. It only takes one.

This is only my opinion. I don't have a Ph.D., an M.B.A., or even an economics degree. What I do have is a happy company. And that makes me happy. Now I know some people argue that business is about making money, and not everyone has to be happy. That is also an opinion. Everyone has a right to his or her opinion. When you own a company, you also have the right to surround yourself with the people you choose.

I have spent the last year and a half focusing on cutting costs, figuring out how the market has changed, and worrying about the economy. Things seem to be getting better, or perhaps I am just getting used to it.

Either way, I had a good day today. Not because I got a big order, great financial reports or even an employee stopping by to tell me what an awesome boss I am. (That generally doesn't happen. You have to tell yourself. It's a boss thing.) I had a great day because I spent most of it walking around the company and appreciating the fact that even after a year and a half of soft sales and cutbacks and furloughs, I have wonderful people working for me. They care. They are committed. They understand the whole customer–staff–company triangle, where all of the legs support each other.

If you read books on great companies, they usually leave out a dirty little secret. It doesn't make for good public relations — like talking about how you "empower people" or how your "greatest assets" are your people. Both of these well–worn clichés are true. What is also true is that it's hard to build a great company with the wrong people.

When you have the right people, business is much easier. I know because I have tried it both ways.

Jay Goltz owns five small businesses in Chicago.

from: The New York Times

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發現自己好久都沒有寫日記了...
ha...原來是忙著上課和談戀愛去了~ :P

2/25新聞發佈Sunny 5月要結婚的消息
結果上上個週末(2/28)想要找圓規
卻意外找到2006年沒用完的韓幣
No wonder 上次怎麼找都找不到… @@
What does that mean?
是要我5月再去一次嗎? ^^;
除非Sunny同意我們可以去參加wedding ceremony
不然我不會想去…

Spring 2010 我在上 Introduction to Construction Documents
This is a very useful class!
我已經想學這個很久了~~ ^^
雖然HW & reading 很多,壓力很大...
but I still enjoy learning!!
這星期開始是6th week 
Fighting~~

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新年新氣象,二○一○年,你最想改變什麼?

農曆年前夕,《商業周刊》與一○四人力銀行合作「台灣人,你想改變嗎?」網路問卷調查,結果出爐:九四‧三%的人認為自己需要改變!

改變大調查出爐,台灣社會兩項發現

他們最想改變自己什麼?「不抱怨、正面思考」最多,占三六‧一%,其次是「每週固定運動三次、減肥又健康」及「把語文學好,增加工作競爭力」。由此份問卷,我們發現二層意義:

發現一:想改變的都是小改變,反映當下社會氣氛是反求諸己,從個人最需要也最容易改變的事開始。

心理學家王浩威分析,多數人想改變的,都是個人思考、健身習慣等自身周邊最常被發現的項目,相較之下,「從現在起,勇敢完成一件十八歲時的夢想」、「做一件到七十歲想到都會笑的事」和「增加美好的性經驗」等夢想類改變,排名相對落後。

「多數人傾向保守型的改變,而非攻擊型的改變,顯示出集體心態比從前更保守。」王浩威分析。

不過,法鼓山聖嚴法師的傳人果東方丈說,保守另個意義是先求穩,見機行事,而不是貿然行事,因緣成熟時則發大願心做利益大眾的事。「真正的改變,是從修養自己開始,再用自己的行為去感動他人。」

發現二:台灣人的人生轉折提早到三十歲。

在心理學上,一個人的改變,可分為提高外在競爭力的「攻擊型改變」,和培養內在條件的「防禦型改變」,而「轉攻為守,則被視為中年危機的分界,」王浩威分析。

我們再對問卷進行交叉分析後發現,三十一歲以上的族群傾向選擇「防禦型改變」,其中,「不抱怨」、「固定運動」和「有耐心」是他們最希望改變的三個選項。王浩威由此推估,此刻的台灣社會,「三十歲就出現轉折,回歸自我。」

王浩威進一步分析,台灣人的生涯規畫模式,經過三種演變。第一種稱為「李登輝人生」,也就是像李登輝一樣,每完成階段式目標,馬上朝著下階段目標邁進,所以假設三十歲的目標是成家,四十歲就要追求社會地位,五十歲、六十歲繼續下去。「人生就是一個從左下往右上成長的直線,不停的求進步,」「是台灣經濟起飛時期的典型生涯規畫。」

第二種稱為「失樂園人生」。《失樂園》是日本作家渡邊淳一的暢銷小說,描述一個雜誌社總編輯,享有社會地位,卻在五十歲左右遭逢事業瓶頸,產生中年危機,最後導致外遇。

一九八○到九○年代的台灣社會,上班族普遍在五十歲左右面臨職場高原期,不上不下;原本直線向上成長的人生曲線,到了五十歲開始維持平盤、甚至反轉走下坡,就是此典型。

第三種則是台灣目前的狀態。美國知名心理醫師克利絲汀(Kenneth W. Christian)稱之為「低成就趨勢」(Underachievement)。

克利絲汀在其著作——《這輩子,只能這樣嗎?》(Your Own Worst Enemy)中提及,一九七○年代所定義的「低成就」,普遍指學生在學習上的表現低於能力範圍;但到二十一世紀,「低成就」現象已經擴大到個人心理層面的自我設限,包含幾個特徵:容易放棄、猶豫不決、缺乏計畫和執行力、做事拖拉、凡事力求簡化、害怕失敗等。

也就是說,固然有九成四的人想改變,但大環境艱難,多數人最後可能仍無法改變。原因何在?「因為人既希望新現象出現,另方面又捨不下舊有的環境,害怕改變,一變動就惶恐不安,」法鼓山住持果東方丈說,「唯有學習放下的勇氣和智慧,才可在瞬息萬變的時代裡成長、改變。」

放下過去,雖是一念之間,卻也需要鍛鍊與時間。

根據心理學家研究,人類的改變過程包含五個階段:思考前期、思考期、準備期、行動期和維持期。

前兩個時期,個人仍停留在自我探索方向的階段、無法捨下舊有環境;中間兩個時期,在確認方向後開始行動,並得到改變後的初步結果;最後一個時期是要把改變內化,徹底放下。

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團購夯美食,每到面交時間,上百人聚集,一邊點貨一邊寒暄,成了另一種新人際關係。
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團購美食愈來愈夯,網購美食網站去年業績都呈倍數成長,許多社會新鮮人憑著一招半式創業一夕翻紅,也有人是走山寨路線,抄襲人氣美食略加改變而走紅。

以團購為主的網站愛合購去年突破六億元,單單今年元月業績就有近億元;又如五包四十元的阿舍乾麵,一年賣出一百二十三萬包,台灣樂天市場人氣最高的香帥蛋糕芋泥捲,平均年銷近二十萬條。

每天約有十一萬瀏覽人次的愛合購,有一群忠實的「主購」,不斷搜索市場新鮮、好吃、便宜的商品,一開團即有熱情擁護者呼應,立即成團、且團團爆量。這群人的生活大小事都從網路解決,最愛的就是美食。這股「網族勢力」,也造就網購美食的新風貌。

愛合購總經理劉謦豪認為,網購美食發展的短短幾年,至少已有三個世代。第一代多半是地方傳統名產或特產,從地方伴手禮發展至網路市場,像是百年的奶油酥、花蓮的手工麻糬等;第二代走出「名產」的老牌印象,走進團購世代,像是台南伊蕾特、黑師傅、花蓮提拉米蘇等。

第三代因冷凍冷藏的宅配更方便,發展也更多元。各式各樣的私房菜全在網路放送,從婆婆媽媽的家傳菜、方便的調理包、甚麼都能配的醬料,都能在網上賣,阿舍乾麵、香帥芋泥捲是此一時期的代表。

網路平台業者分析,網路美食發展多元化,不像過去需要店面或工廠,只要有拿手絕活,懂得上網,就能開賣;各形各色的網路美食發燒,但也有不少產品未上市即下檔,關鍵不是行銷,是產品本身。

業者認為,便宜又好吃是關鍵,單價三百元以內、不時要有促銷才賣得動;其次要好吃、易於攜帶,不過有的人賣的是創意,像塔吉特為千層蛋糕包裝盒,不管怎麼轉,蛋糕都不會變形,也成為人氣商品。

網路團購美食也出現激烈市場戰,例如一家網路剛走紅的烘焙業者,以類似山寨的模式,找尋網路當紅的商品加以改良,例如降低糖分,也開發出另一種需求的市場。

【2010/03/08 聯合報】



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Getting Free Goodies


Birthday goodies from restaurants and retailers abound, even in a tough economy, and they’re not just for kids.

There’s plenty of free food, free stuff and great deals for adults and kids on their special days, though, like senior discounts at restaurants, you may have to ask for them wherever you go.

We’re not saying you should pretend it’s your birthday to take advantage of these deals, but if it really is your birthday, here are some ways to celebrate for free or on the cheap.

Black Angus


Unless you’re a vegetarian or allergic to beef, you can’t go wrong with a free steak dinner at Black Angus for your birthday. The deal is good for the two weeks before and the two weeks after your birthday. It is for dine-in orders only, and you’ll have to show identification. You can use the deal at any U.S. Black Angus or Cattle Company Steakhouse location.

Age limit: 16 or older.

Red Robin

Red Robin patrons who join the restaurant chain’s eClub get a free gift for signing up as well as a free birthday burger (in addition to regular e-mail newsletters). When you register, you’ll have to fill out a survey asking what you order most often at the restaurant, when you go there, who you tend to go with and how often you go.

Age limit: None

Coldstone

What’s a birthday without ice cream? Thankfully, ice cream chain Coldstone understands the importance of this frozen treat on birthdays, so you can get “the sweetest birthday possible,” according to the company.

You’ll have to create an account on the company’s Web site and sign up to receive other promotions.

Age limit: None


Baskin Robbins

Baskin Robbins is another chain of ice cream shops with a birthday club. It entitles members to a free 2.5-ounce scoop of ice cream and discount on a birthday cake, that is, if you’re in charge of buying your own cake.

You’ll have to create an account at baskinrobbins.com, but you can opt out of e-mail newsletters and other offers unrelated to your free birthday ice cream and cake deal.

Age limit: None

TGI Friday’s

Free food at Friday’s may vary depending on your location, but some patrons of this restaurant chain have reported getting a free appetizer and a free dessert on their special day. Call ahead or ask your server what goodies you can get, and if they won’t give you free food, at least you’re likely to get a free birthday song out of it. If you’re 21 or over, you can get a “Give Me More Stripes” rewards card, which entitles you to a free appetizer or dessert once you join, an $8 coupon for free food for every $100 you spend and other benefits.

Age limit: None for the birthday deal.

Red Lobster

Red Lobster promises a birthday surprise for those who join its Fresh Catch Club. You’ll also be entered to win a trip to “one of the world's great seafood destinations” or another seafood-related gift.

Age limit: none

from: Mainstreet.com

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Moschino精品旅館處處驚喜,糖果餅干造型的吊燈和可愛的蛋糕造型抱枕,讓人想咬一口。
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精品跨界旅館業,蔚為風氣,Moschino 的精品旅館(Maison Moschino)於3月1日正式熱鬧開幕,Moschino為暖場,旗下副牌Cheap & Chic服裝發表會特別選在Maison Moschino登場。

原訂在去年開幕Moschino精品旅館,延至現在才正式開幕,地點在米蘭的Viale Monte Grappa 12號,是以新古典主義風格老火車站改建,雖然開幕是以副牌Cheap & Chic服裝秀登場,但收費可一點也不Cheap,住一晚要價270歐元(約13,000元台幣)。

Moschino旅館與義大利的旅館集團Mobygest合作,旅館大廳掛著「失物招領區」的行李堆積如山,其實是本季全新登場的Moschino行李箱系列。


Moschino精品旅館處處驚喜,糖果餅干造型的吊燈和可愛的蛋糕造型抱枕,讓人想咬一口。
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館內有54間客房、15間豪華套房,分別以童話故事命名,如「愛麗絲夢遊奇境」、「小紅帽」等,設計風格充滿超現實主義,如可愛動物沙發、晚禮服床罩、蛋糕抱枕、皮包燈飾等,令人莞爾。

Cheap & Chip服裝秀上,邀請英國流行歌手Pixie Lott及Asia Argento擔任客座DJ現場演出,住在旅館內的VIP房客,甚至可以從房間內向下俯看服裝秀和時尚DJ秀。

執行長Simone Badioli指出,這家旅館反映Moschino的品牌精神,時尚是一種生活態度。下一個令人矚目的精品旅館亞曼尼度假飯店,預計3月中旬於杜拜塔隆重開幕,號稱七星級飯店的水準。


以紅色晚禮服為主題的床罩,充滿Moschino的趣味時尚。
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【2010/03/03 聯合報】

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台北大直是「摩鐵」(Motel)一級戰區,連商務飯店也走摩鐵風,除13種房間主題,還有按摩浴缸、蒸氣浴及免費電影,深受內湖科學園區廠商喜愛,鴻海、華碩都是長期契約戶。

「希臘地中海」、「情奔峇里島」、「迷火西班牙」…,別懷疑,這是去年3月試營運、今年1月整修工程才完全告一段落的和璞商務飯店主題房型名稱,跟一般摩鐵沒有兩樣,而且飯店就在摩鐵樓上,除有獨立的接客大廳及小招牌外,外觀根本看不出與摩鐵有何不同。

和璞商務飯店與知名摩鐵台北戀館的老板是同一人,台北戀館早自92年開幕營業,但一直以來只使用2到5層樓。

和璞飯店業務部副理楊瑞彰表示,台北戀館原本空置6樓、7樓,預備規劃為愛情主題餐廳及電影院,但因故未成形。一直等到美麗華商圈形成、內科漸成氣候、台北捷運文湖線通車,經營階層想到將6、7樓另行改裝成有會議室、商務中心及「房間內有兩張單人床」的商務飯店。

一般主題式汽車旅館專攻情侶,都只有一張超大尺寸的雙人床,甚至以水床、電動床為號召。楊瑞彰說,來台或北上洽公的商務客人,「絕大多數肯定不是情侶,兩張單人床提供很大的選擇與搭配彈性」。

不過,兩張單人床、免費無線上網及會議空間,都是商務飯店的基本配備,和璞飯店真正吸引商務客人的特點全數沿襲它的「摩鐵血統」,包含最小18坪的房間、42吋的液晶電視、按摩浴缸、蒸汽浴、可免費觀看與DVD租借店同步的院線電影、免費使用會議室及咖啡。

此外,還有一些小設計也會讓住宿的客人感到貼心,如提供隱形眼鏡清潔組、可放置14吋筆電的上掀式電子密碼保險櫃、為避免打擾客人而設計的取餐室等,且入住價格十分划算。

楊瑞彰說,以最小的18坪房型為例,平日入住價為新台幣2900元、假日3100元,最大的42坪房間入住價也只有5000元左右,「很多公司對業務洽公出差費有設上限,每人每日只有1500元左右,若同公司2人同時北上洽公,就一定住得起」。

為何房間坪數能這麼大?楊瑞彰表示,亞都麗緻、維多麗亞等5星級商務飯店都有知名的美食餐廳,並以此為號召,和璞飯店除提供早餐及房間服務外,不另外經營餐廳,「所有空間都提供給客人使用」。

雖然與台北戀館屬同一棟建築,不過,和璞飯店有自己的獨立大廳,商務客人不會被干擾,而且還因此接了不少團客。

楊瑞彰說,摩鐵沒有大廳,如何安置團客行李成一大挑戰。和璞飯店兼具摩鐵與商務旅館特色,去年3月開幕試營運,原本只有20多間房間,後因供不應求,去年底也將台北戀館13間房間改裝成提供兩張單人床的房型。

自去年3月試營運以來,和璞飯店的平日入住率可達到7成、假日可達到9成,其中4成房客為國際商務客、3成左右來自大陸及香港、澳門客人,2成多則是南部北上洽公的台灣客人。

雖然沒有大肆宣傳,不過,內科廠商卻是「呷好逗相報」,包括鴻海、華碩、仁寶等內科廠商,早已是和璞飯店企業長期契約戶。

楊瑞彰表示,整體改裝已在1月底完成,可接客房間已達35間,和璞飯店自日前開始接大陸團客入住,預估接客穩定後,平日入住率可上看8成。

【2010/03/03 中央社】

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看到經濟快速成長的「金磚四國」,是不是很想投資呢?而經濟已經成熟發展的歐美國家,雖然經濟成長率很低,是否就沒有投資價值?

 

其實經濟發展只是一個指標,而以怎樣的價錢買進投資標的才是合理價位,則更為重要。評估一個公司目前的股價是否有投資價值的方法很多,例如本益比、股價淨值比等,都可以當作參考的數據。但是如果要投資一個國家,應該怎樣評估「國家」的價值呢?

 

投資國家,先稱體重

股神巴菲特其實已經告訴我們一個不錯的方法,也就是該國股市總市值(Total Market Capitalization,TMC)和國民生產毛額(Gross National Product,GNP)的比值。由於國民生產毛額(Gross Domestic Product,GDP)資料比較容易取得,而GDP與GNP兩者差距並不大,因此大多數人使用這個指標時,都以GDP進行計算。

 

巴菲特說:「如果股市總市值與GNP的比值落在七○至八○%之間,進場購買股票可能會很有利。」二○○八年十月,巴菲特在投資人最恐懼的時刻,大喊「買進美國」(Buy American),就是根據這個指標。

 

這個指標其實正如葛拉漢所說:「股市短期而言是個投票機,長期而言是個體重計。」當經濟成長時,股市會表現出來;短期間內,股市雖然會有上下起伏,但是長期來看,股市會讓投資人知道合理的股價在什麼地方。

 

合理價位,算得出來

如果以市值和GDP的比值在八○%左右當成是股市的合理價位,那麼一些重要國家所對應的指數如圖表。

 

根據世界銀行的資料,德國、義大利和越南等國家,過去股市市值都只有GDP的二○至三五%之間。而經過資料的比對之後,可以發現比值在不同國家會有不同的範圍。所以七○至八○%的比值不見得可以套用在所有國家。

 

以這種方式推算出來的低點,距離各國在金融海嘯的指數低點,都只有不到一成的誤差。因此這個巴菲特所介紹的股市「體重計」,雖然每個國家都自己有一台,但是獨立來看每台體重計的最大值和最小值,卻可以給投資人在長期投資時,判斷指數是否過高或過低的一個指標。當市場上流行投資金磚四國或是特定國家時,也可以用這個指標判斷該國股市是否已經過熱。畢竟以合理的價位買進一個國家的指數,才符合巴菲特安全邊際的投資原則。

 

檢驗台股,並不便宜

回到台股,主計處預估台灣二○一○年的GDP為十三兆零五百億元,若以巴菲特的指標來看,對照股市的市值應該在九兆一千三百五十億元到十兆四千四百億元左右,加權指數約是三五五○到四○五○點左右。

 

而二○一○年二月五日,台股以七二一七.八三點收盤,市值為十八兆六千億元,TMC/GDP比值為一四三%,所以目前的台股並不算便宜,尤其是經過金融海嘯的GDP衰退,台股要挑戰過去的高點,GDP要再加把勁!

 

【《非凡新聞周刊》2010年202期】

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