Sorry, stocks are more like they were in the year 2000 not 1921

As the bull market began in August 1921, the S&P 500 price-to-earnings ratio was 14. In September 1926, three years before the 1929 peak, the market's p/e ratio was 10.72, even more subdued than in 1921. By the time that September 1929 arrived, the market's p/e ratio had jumped to 20.17. At the February high … Continue reading Sorry, stocks are more like they were in the year 2000 not 1921