Longest S&P 500 Valuation Slump Since Nixon Discounts ProfitInyoung Hwang and Whitney Kisling
Valuations for U.S. equities have been stuck below the five-decade average for the longest period since Richard Nixon’s presidency, a sign investors don’t trust earnings even after a three-year bull market.
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