Stock Market Valuations

Seven Metrics That Show The U.S. Stock Market Is Overvalued

Seven Metrics That Show The U.S. Stock Market Is Overvalued by George Athanassakos, The Globe And Mail
 

First, the ratio of Wilshire Total Market Index to US GDP, Warren Buffett’s favourite, shows that the market is overvalued by 44 per cent. The ratio currently stands at 119 per cent versus a historical average of 82.5 per cent.

Second, the relative valuation of the equity market in relation . . .

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