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CAPE, Future Expected Equity Returns, the Equity Premium, and Market Timing

I think this, by the very sharp Justin Lahart is badly framed. Shiller's CAPE a hair over 27 is telling us that if we buy the S&P Composite and hold it to infinity, we can expect a real return to average 5%/year ±, where the ± can, of course, be...
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