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Yuki Matrix

Shareholder Returns = Dividends + Periodic Capital Appreciation

EPS (earnings) are fundamental to valuation
The Main pillar of stock price appreciation is PER (Growth Thesis)
PER-driven capital appreciation gains are bigger than gains caused by increased dividends from EPS growth
Gains from BPS increases due to EPS growth are basically shrinking
Since 2001 we can see that the TOPIX has traded based on changing earnings models
In other words, we must look at company earnings to understand PER, which is the biggest predictor of stock price appreciation.
The Yuki Matrix distinguishes between
  1. <1> companies that trade based on PER by recording higher relative
    earnings (Growth) from
  2. <2> companies that trade on some other metric (Income)
  1. Valuation of companies through analysis of specific items from the balance sheet and income statement (historical data and estimates of current period figures).
  2. Plot all companies as Growth (6 categories), Income and Dull (6 categories).
  3. For a growth-type fund focus on { G+ } and { G }, and pick stocks selectively from group { I+ }.