The Remarkable Accuracy of CAPE as a Predictor of Returns

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Advisor Perspectives
July 20, 2020

In recent years, the well-known measure of stock valuation called CAPE (Cyclically-Adjusted Price to Earnings ratio) has come under fire for its failure to account for massive market swings, including the current COVID-19 financial crisis. But WMCP® program director Michael Finke says, contrary to popular belief, CAPE remains an extremely accurate predictor of market earnings.

Read more on what makes CAPE so accurate and its impact on your investment portfolios in Finke’s latest article from Advisor Perspectives.

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