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

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.

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Of course, helping the inflated valuations is The Fed.

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With Powell as “the leader of the pack.”

Of course, The Fed can always take valuations higher.

 

 

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