The S&P's Inflation Adjusted Yield Just Plunged to a Record Low
The inflation-adjusted yield from dividends and earnings that an investor is getting in the S&P 500 has plunged to a 50-year low. Using just earnings, the yield is negative. All five of the other times this happened preceded declines in stocks.
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