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I thought some may be interested in Aswath Damodaran's blog:

I subscribe to his posts via email. He's a Finance Prof at NYU. In his latest post (yesterday) he discusses attributes of companies that have fared well in the C19 crisis. He identifies industries that have performed well and poorly. His methods are not mechanical, but they are heavily data-driven, with lots of graphs and links to all the data he uses. In other posts he has discussed individual stocks: TSLA, UBER, LYFT, LEVI, to name a few. I've found his attempts to value TSLA interesting and pretty level-headed. In the past he liked TSLA at $185 but not at $900+. I believe his last fair price estimate was $450-ish a few months ago.

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