Throughout the week, I run across articles that may be of interest to you. In today’s Articles of Interest series, I am sharing an article titled Jeremy Siegel: The S&P 500 Is Fairly Valued.
In this article, Jeremy discusses that the S&P 500 is not over-priced. This flies in direct conflict with what many of the other so-called “crystal ball experts” are saying.
In May, I wrote an article titled Is The Market Too Expensive. In this article, I referenced the “experts” who use the CAPE ratio to declare that the S&P 500 is overvalued. Additionally, in July, I shared an article from Josh Brown who stated, “The data is fairly decisive – US stocks selling at a high cyclically adjusted price earnings (CAPE) ratio do not historically offer the same upside on a forward basis that stocks selling at a low CAPE do.”
Well, in today’s article, it’s refreshing to see Jeremy Siegel discuss that the market is not over-priced and that the CAPE ratio has flaws.
But even more important than that is that no one knows what the future holds. There is no one formula or ratio that allows you to see perfectly into the future.
Do you think the market is over priced? What are your thoughts on reviewing ratios and technical charts to determine when to invest? Please feel free to share any comments, questions, or experiences you have below.
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