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Hello Saul and everyone. I am wondering how you all interpret and potentially use this data in directing your investments. I am a long term holder of stocks but find the data compelling.

Please see this article and chart here:

It basically shows that stocks- as measured by CAPE- are at their highest valuation and PE in history other than 1929 and 2000. It seems reversion to the mean is inevitable but wondering if anyone uses this data in their decision making.

Thank you for any input.
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