Shiller CAPE Ratio Rises Above 1929 Levels (And Highest Since Dot.com Bubble)

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by confoundedinterest17

The recent surge in tech stocks (aka, FANG stocks) has resulted in the highest Shiller Cyclically-adjusted Price-to-earnings (CAPE) ratio since the Dot.com bubble of 2000. And overall higher than 1929.

Of course, helping the inflated valuations is The Fed.

With Powell as “the leader of the pack.”

Of course, The Fed can always take valuations higher.

 

 

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