Clusterstock  Jun 11  Comment 
So are stock prices too high or aren't they? One of the most closely watched measures of stock market value is the cyclically adjusted price-earnings (CAPE) ratio. Popularized by Nobel-prize winning economist Robert Shiller, CAPE is calculated...
The Economic Times  Mar 10  Comment 
Valuations for the markets at 19.4x on FY15E (16.6x on a rolling one year forward) and 22.5x on CAPE basis are above long-term averages.
Clusterstock  Feb 25  Comment 
Stock prices relative to earnings are very expensive. This is reflected by the high price-earnings (PE) ratio. One closely-followed version of the PE ratio is Robert Shiller's cyclically-adjusted price-earnings (CAPE) ratio, which is calculated...



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