Saturday, September 21, 2019

Are Markets Overpriced?

The Shiller PE ratio and the Buffett Indicator are two measures to indicate whether markets are over valued. These are not indicators to time the market. They just provide general indicators of value. Markets can certainly go higher -- if over valued -- or down -- of under valued. But they are useful as a gauge whether you should be watchful and cautious.

The Shiller can be found here. The Buffet Indicator here.  The Shiller PE is first, the Buffett Indicator is second. Both show overvaluation.






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