Are Stocks A Good Investment Now?

The Articles below explore in depth the question of whether or not North American markets appear to offer good value or not at this time. They also explore the actual historical return of Stocks versus Bonds and Cash.

It’s would be easy to merely speculate on whether markets are fairly valued or not. But we think it’s a lot more meaningful to so some math and examine lots of
historical data before forming opinions.

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Long-Term Returns to Expect from the Dow Jones Industrial Average May 18, 2013
Proof and Discussion that Large Cap. Stock Indexes can be Expected to Average around 7% annually in the long-term (Quoting Warren Buffett) May 25, 2013
Graphical Proof Of the Relationship Between DOW Returns versus Earnings and Dividends October 9, 2011
Is the Toronto  S&P/TSX Composite Index Fairly Valued at This Time? November 29, 2016
TSX Exchange Traded Funds and Segments (PE Ratios and Yields) October 17, 2015
Global / International Exchange Traded Funds (P/E ratios and price to book) June 28, 2015
 What is the Fair Value of the Dow Jones Industrial Average Index? December 12, 2015
 
What is the Fair Value of the S&P 500 Index?  March 12, 2016
 How Do Stock Returns Compare to Bond, Cash and Gold Returns? April 27, 2015

Special Report on Asset Allocation in Retirement – Actual Data
April 2012
Special Report on Asset Allocation During the Savings Phase April 2012