• He anticipated this power much as his father, a reasonably well-to-do banker, might have anticipated long-term earnings from a particularly risky business venture.

    他预测到他的力量,正如他的父亲,一个相当富有的银行家,能够预测到从一笔风险高的生意中,能获得多少长期利益一样。

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  • You can see that I'm saying about fifteen-- fifteen times earnings is typical, but we're in a high price-to-earnings scenario now.

    你可以看出我提到的15这个数字,收益的15倍是最有代表性的,但我们现在正处于一个高市盈率的时期

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  • I mean, families lost earnings but they also lost a loved one and that is more valued than $200,000.

    他们不但家庭收入受损,还丧失了亲人,那损失远不止20万美元。

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  • sort of takes the cyclicality out of earnings and you can see over history how that multiple has varied.

    一定程度上在收益上避免了周期性的,而且你可以看到随着历史的进程,这个倍数发生了多大的变化。

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  • The earnings, you understand, are kind of a theoretical concept but dividend is the money that we send out.

    你们都知道,收益是个理论概念,但股利是我们分发出去的钱

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  • We had a similar, even higher price-to-earnings ratio of about forty-six at the peak in 2000 and it corrected way down.

    000年时我们的市盈率甚至更高,达到了46,后来经过修正降低了

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  • They're supposed to be like a pass through vehicle -they're owning real estate on your behalf, so they shouldn't be retaining earnings.

    房地产投资信托基金应是投资中介,它代表你持有房地产,所以不应该留存利润

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  • The earnings is a measure of the value of the company and typically they've been valued at something like fifteen times earnings.

    收益是对公司价值的衡量,一般是以,15乘以收益的形式体现的

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  • The dividends were down here at half the earnings and then you would gradually adjust them up to half the earnings again.

    股利在下面,收入的一半,然后慢慢的调高,再到收益的一半

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  • So if earnings go up a lot, we'll raise our dividends, but only part of the way up.

    所以若收益大幅提高,我们会增加分红,但增量有限

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  • Earnings and dividends are different; earnings is the money that the company made in a given year.

    收益和股利是不同的,收益是公司在某年赚到的钱

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  • Earnings" is kind of a theoretical concept that accountants work on and it can go up and down depending on adjustments they make.

    收益则是一种由会计得出的理论概念,会因不同的调整而上下波动

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  • Nozick says, if you think about it, taxation amounts to the taking of earnings.

    仔细想想,诺齐克说征税相当于强占收入。

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  • So they want to payout something like 40% of their earnings as dividends and plow the rest back into investing inside the company.

    如果他们将收入的40%作为股利,然后在内部把剩余部分拿回来用作投资

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  • They used to pay out typically like 80% of their earnings but it's been gradually going downward and now it's down to like 40%.

    过去他们将收益的80%作为股利,但现在正慢慢减少,目前降到了40%

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  • When the price-earnings ratio gets high like it did in 1929 people get antsy.

    当市盈率上升,如1929年,人们焦躁不安

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  • But the law--the SEC requires that they at least present the standard earnings definitions for all these things Now another--let me just mention off balance sheet accounting.

    不过,证交会规定他们至少要披露,各项收益标准定义,另一个内容,表外业务会计核算

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  • Professor Shiller, in his books, he's got current multiple of trailing ten-year earnings.

    席勒教授在他的书里,讲到他已经获得了比过去十年多几倍的现金收入。

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  • You could think, you have to think earnings are going to go up twelve-fold to get it down to four times earnings, which will take a long, long time.

    你可能会想,你必然认为收益会上涨12倍,让它回落到四倍于原来收益的地方,会花费很长一段时间。

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  • You can see that the stock market has been more volatile than the earnings and the price of a share is many times higher than the earnings per share.

    你可以看到,股票市场波动性大于其收益,每股价格往往是,每股收益的几倍之多

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  • Again, this is price divided by ten-year earnings, not one-year earnings.

    这是价格除十年的收益,不是一年的

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  • There are some spikes up like, for example, in--what year--that was 1921 maybe--this year, this is 1932 or 1933--the companies were paying out 160% of their earnings as dividends.

    这里几处激增,例如,这是哪年,1921,那年,1932或者1933,公司付出了,收益的160倍作为股利

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  • And 95% of income must be paid out--they can't retain earnings.

    5%的收入必须分配掉,不得留存

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  • It's a violation of people's liberty for the government to force everyone whether they want to or not to put aside some earnings today for the sake of their retirement.

    这侵犯了人们的自由,因为政府强迫所有人,不管愿不愿意,都得储蓄一部分当前收入,留到退休时用。

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  • But the accountants thought we did. So that's earnings Dividends is very concrete, it's what they send out.

    会计明明显示赔了,这就是收益,股利则更具体,公司发多少是多少

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  • The lifetime earnings of a tightwire walker who falls down and kills himself aren't very good.

    一个掉下来摔死自己的走钢丝的人,他一生的收入也不会很好。

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  • It goes up and down depending on the outlook for earnings and maybe other factors.

    根据收益前景或者其他因素,这个数字可能会上升或下降

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  • Here is the price-earnings ratio for the U.S. stock market from 1881 to the present-- this is also on that spreadsheet that you have on the website.

    这是美国股票市场的市盈率,从1881年至今,这份数据也在网站上的电子数据表上

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  • That means that people will pay up front for about fifteen years' earnings.

    这意味着人们需要预先支付,15年的收益

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  • Also, if the earnings drop, they don't want to suddenly do a crash cut in their dividends either, so they're always sluggishly adjusting toward the target payout rate.

    同样,如果收益下降,他们不想匆忙的把股利降下来,所以他们总是慢慢的,朝着目标股利发放率靠近

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词组短语

earnings per share 每股收益

annual earnings 年收益

earnings yield 净收益率

gross earnings 业务总收益

prospective earnings 预期收益

earnings report 收益报告(表)

current earnings 现时盈余

operating earnings 营业收益

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