Daily Archives: June 14, 2016

Your Personal Financial Planning CAPE Ratio

I was thinking some more about this piece I wrote about moving averages and how we get too much data, and then found myself thinking about how CAPE obsessed many investors have become. For the uninitiated, CAPE aka Cyclically-Adjusted Price/Earnings Ratio aka CAPE10 aka PE10 aka Shiller’s CAPE is a valuation measurement designed to smooth […]

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