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How Expensive Is The S&P 500?

The path to $130 is paved with pro forma gold and tax breaks.

The path to $130 is paved with pro forma gold and tax breaks.
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2 comments on “How Expensive Is The S&P 500?

  1. Curt Tyner

    Correct me if I am wrong. It seems that buybacks alone could turn into lots of lost value if this recession fires-up with a black swan here and there. So do corporations take the risk of buybacks this environment? I guess corporations have come this far and central banks love keeping the status quo, so the answer has to be YES.

  2. Actually I prefer Schiller P/E (CAPE) as they have proven a more reliable predictor of the markets. We have been at these levels or above twice before, neither worked out well http://www.multpl.com/shiller-pe/

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