S&P Dividend Yield Below 10-Yr Treasury Yield:
Looking for Value?
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In an email note today economist Steen Jakobsen notes the "S&P Dividend Yield is Below the 10-Yr Treasury Yield (1.93% vs. 2.19%)".
S&P Dividend Yield
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Steen asks "Why own stocks at lofty PE of 18 when you can get better yield and a free put option via fixed income'?"
Curve Watchers Anonymous notes this chart of US treasury yields.
US Treasury Yields Over Time
$TYX - 30 Year Rate
$TNX - 10 Year Rate
$FVX - 05 Year Rate
$IRX - 03 Month Rate
Five Curve Watchers Anonymous Comments
- The normalized S&P PE is an extremely lofty 24
- Forward estimates are ridiculously optimistic (they always are except at major bottoms)
- Earnings will revert to the mean
- The S&P Dividend Yield under 2% is not at all attractive
- Stock are certainly not cheap by any realistic measure
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Originally posted at Mish's Global Economic Trend Analysis
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