S&P 500 Ends 2014 In Fair Value Range With Growth Likely In 2015
- The Risk Premium Factor Model shows that the S&P 500 is still in fair value range.
- Equity prices have already factored in higher bond yields.
- Upside based on projected earnings through 2015.
- Current valuations are sustainable and equity investors can look for positive long-term returns.
Market Timing With The RPF Model: Spot Opportunities, Stay The Course, Avoid Mistakes
- Proceed with caution. Market timing is risky, but the RPF Model can help spot rare opportunities.
- Spot the truly rare event. The bubbles and opportunities in 1987, 2000 and 2009 – 2013 could be seen with the RPF Model.
- Do no harm. Knowing whether the market is valued fairly can provide resolve to stay the course during troubled times. Often the best action is no action.
S&P Fairly Valued Because 'It's The Same This Time'
- Room to grow. Despite the exceeding the post-war average for economic recoveries, U.S. employment has only just matched the previous peak.
- Record highs are not rare and not indicative of a bubble. Since 1960, the S&P 500 Index has hit a new closing high over 800 times.
- It's not different this time. The market has been valued based on the same predictable factors since at least 1960.
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