Bob Carlson

February 15, 2013

Valuing Today’s Stock Market

Filed under: Asset Allocation,Investing — Bob @ 10:14 am

As usual, there’s a debate over whether stocks are cheap or not. Analysts tend to use different measures to determine value, though price-earnings ratio often is the starting point. This blog post uses the Shiller/Hussman method (10 years cyclically adjusted earnings) to argue that stocks in the U.S. aren’t particularly cheap or expensive. But stocks in Europe look to be cheap.

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