Shiller’s CAPE Ratio Applied To South Korean StocksVW Staff
South Korean stocks have been trading mostly sideways in recent months, seemingly looking for a trigger, as per the long-term chart of the country’s KOSPI 200 Index (INDEXKRX:KOSPI200) below.
Lately, a pattern of higher bottoms appears to be signaling the emergence of buying interest at market lows.
South Korean president Park Geun-hye is looking to restructure the . . .
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