Global 10 Year PE Ratios: USA Is Second Highest In The World

September 15, 2012 4:13 am

We always know investors pay for predictability and growth, and the US has been a very predictable market – but growth? We spotted this today:

“Robert Shiller popularized this method with his version of this cyclically adjusted price-to-earnings ratio (CAPE) in the late 1990s, and issued a timely warning of poor stock returns to follow in the coming years. We apply this valuation metric across over thirty foreign markets and find it both practical and useful, and indeed witness even greater examples of bubbles and busts abroad than in the United States. ”

Indonesia is first, at 24.17, and the US is second, at 21.42.

Statistics Source: mebanefaber

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