Stocks are the most volatile asset class in the short run — but the most stable asset class in the long run, according to Jeremy J. Siegel. The Wharton professor also warns that the CAPE ratio's pessimistic predictions are based on biased data.
With the Shiller P/E for the S&P 500 currently standing at a 21.5 (approximately 30% higher than its long-term average), many value investors, including Cliff Asness of AQR Capital Management, have adopted a cautious stance toward US stocks.
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