Does Wharton's Jeremy Siegel Have Alan Greenspan's Ear?

The economics professor makes a case for high market multiples

The performance is just staggering. In less than four years, the stock market has shot up more than 150%. Yet rather than bask in prosperity's glow, investors seem uneasy. What accounts for the market's lofty valuations--economic fundamentals or irrational behavior?

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