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Basic Info

The S&P 500 Shiller CAPE Ratio, also known as the Cyclically Adjusted Price-Earnings ratio, is defined as the ratio the the S&P 500's current price divided by the 10-year moving average of inflation-adjusted earnings. The metric was invented by American economist Robert Shiller and has become a popular way to understand long-term stock market valuations. It is used as a valuation metric to forecast future returns, where a higher CAPE ratio could reflect lower returns over the next couple of decades, whereas a lower CAPE ratio could reflect higher returns over the next couple of decades, as the ratio reverts back to the mean.

S&P 500 Shiller CAPE Ratio is at a current level of 37.98, up from 37.05 last month and up from 29.60 one year ago. This is a change of 2.51% from last month and 28.33% from one year ago.

Stats

Last Value 37.98
Latest Period Jul 2021
Last Updated Jul 8 2021, 19:03 EDT
Average Growth Rate 1.55%
Value from 1 Year Ago 29.60
Change from 1 Year Ago 28.33%
Frequency Monthly
Adjustment N/A
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Historical Data

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Date Value
July 31, 2021 37.98
June 30, 2021 37.05
May 31, 2021 36.62
April 30, 2021 36.72
March 31, 2021 35.04
February 28, 2021 35.10
January 31, 2021 34.51
December 31, 2020 33.77
November 30, 2020 32.47
October 31, 2020 31.28
September 30, 2020 30.84
August 31, 2020 31.16
July 31, 2020 29.60
June 30, 2020 28.84
May 31, 2020 27.33
April 30, 2020 25.93
March 31, 2020 24.82
February 29, 2020 30.73
January 31, 2020 30.99
December 31, 2019 30.33
November 30, 2019 29.84
October 31, 2019 28.84
September 30, 2019 29.23
August 31, 2019 28.71
July 31, 2019 29.99
Date Value
June 30, 2019 29.28
May 31, 2019 29.24
April 30, 2019 30.13
March 31, 2019 29.58
February 28, 2019 29.54
January 31, 2019 28.38
December 31, 2018 28.29
November 30, 2018 30.20
October 31, 2018 31.04
September 30, 2018 32.62
August 31, 2018 32.39
July 31, 2018 31.89
June 30, 2018 31.63
May 31, 2018 31.24
April 30, 2018 30.97
March 31, 2018 31.81
February 28, 2018 32.04
January 31, 2018 33.31
December 31, 2017 32.09
November 30, 2017 31.30
October 31, 2017 30.92
September 30, 2017 30.17
August 31, 2017 29.92
July 31, 2017 30.00
June 30, 2017 29.75

Basic Info

The S&P 500 Shiller CAPE Ratio, also known as the Cyclically Adjusted Price-Earnings ratio, is defined as the ratio the the S&P 500's current price divided by the 10-year moving average of inflation-adjusted earnings. The metric was invented by American economist Robert Shiller and has become a popular way to understand long-term stock market valuations. It is used as a valuation metric to forecast future returns, where a higher CAPE ratio could reflect lower returns over the next couple of decades, whereas a lower CAPE ratio could reflect higher returns over the next couple of decades, as the ratio reverts back to the mean.

S&P 500 Shiller CAPE Ratio is at a current level of 37.98, up from 37.05 last month and up from 29.60 one year ago. This is a change of 2.51% from last month and 28.33% from one year ago.

Stats

Last Value 37.98
Latest Period Jul 2021
Last Updated Jul 8 2021, 19:03 EDT
Average Growth Rate 1.55%
Value from 1 Year Ago 29.60
Change from 1 Year Ago 28.33%
Frequency Monthly
Adjustment N/A
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