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SeekingAlpha  Jul 24  Comment 
By James Brooks: The stock market might have enjoyed an excellent run since the lows in 2009, but this has been a bull market that has not garnered much love from investors. Volume has been in steady decline, and there is now increasing concern...
SeekingAlpha  Jul 16  Comment 
[Originally published on 7/2/2014] Over the years, I have commented on the tendency of market commentators to start discounting or ignoring objective rulers when they register bearish measurements. We saw this in 2000 when price to earnings...
SeekingAlpha  Jul 13  Comment 
By Robert Singarella Jr.: As you can see above, the Dow has spent the last week or two hovering around a significant numerical milestone. In fact, there were several days when the Dow closed above that value leading to a flood of poorly thought...
SeekingAlpha  Jul 10  Comment 
By Turnkey Analyst: By Jack Vogel, Ph.D. People love to talk about the stock market. It's practically a law of human nature. What is the market telling us? Where is it going from here? Should I get in? Out? Is it fairly valued? We don't...
SeekingAlpha  Jul 8  Comment 
By Joseph Meth: Tom Armistead's recent Seeking Alpha article entitled "Shiller's CAPE Data Suggests S&P 3,500 in Five Years" reminded me of a similar article I wrote on April 3, 2013 entitled "Buy-And-Hold Returns? S&P 500 To 3000 By 2018." What...
SeekingAlpha  Jul 6  Comment 
By Tom Armistead: Four years ago in May, I published an article here on Seeking Alpha, somewhat pedantically entitled "Shiller's P/E10 Data, S&P 500 (SPY) and Risk Premium." Noticing that it still gets the occasional page view, I reread it, and...
SeekingAlpha  Jul 2  Comment 
By Manning & Napier: The 2013 stock market rally was largely driven by rising valuation multiples. Weak economic growth, coupled with healthy profit margins, meant business fundamentals such as revenues and earnings barely budged as stock prices...
Clusterstock  Jul 2  Comment 
Bill Gross has taken off his sunglasses  in his latest note to investors (though half of it is a reprinting of his now infamous speech at Morningstar last month ), dropping all humorous anecdotes and life lessons in favor of a more straight...
SeekingAlpha  Jun 26  Comment 
By James Picerno: Professor Robert Shiller at Yale says that the US stock market may be in nosebleed territory. “It looks to me like a peak,” he tells Yahoo Finance. Using his cyclically adjusted price-to-earnings ratio (CAPE), he notes that...
The Economist  Jun 26  Comment 
REGULAR readers will be familiar with the concept of the cyclically-adjusted p/e (or CAPE) and the fact that, on Professor Shiller's calculations, the current valuation looks expensive. But what about other markets? Dhaval Joshi of BCA has some...





 




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