Simplegift wrote:In short, the historical average CAPE value of 16 is not a constant of nature, but rather an artifact of history that includes two world wars, a global depression and a decade of high, uncontrolled inflation.
Epsilon Delta wrote:* for example tuna in cat food, tuna may or may not be good for cats, but it is not a natural part of their diet.
tadamsmar wrote:How is it that market timing would not be prediction? Without a prediction, what would be the point in acting to change your AA?
texasdiver wrote:Your go-to source for all dog food information is
greg24 wrote:Employ a huge amount of leverage and short everything.
grap0013 wrote:Yes what about PE1 though?
am wrote:Not to mention that it is not actionable and has low correlation with future returns.
rkhusky wrote:I would guess that all the top (5000? more?) stocks are analyzed by 1000's of analysts.
EmergDoc wrote:You mean the day I wreck it or it dies? Because I don't sell cars. J/K
hiddensee wrote:You will not exceed stock market returns by investing in property (absent luck, political corruption, other market friction)
buddy17 wrote:I just looked at the Assessor's property card for one of his favorite properties...he paid $27,500 back in 2011 for a nice large home converted into a triplex.
bluejello wrote:The only caveat I would add is not to put ALL your money in real estate.