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NASDAQ Round Trip

J. Bradford DeLong
delong@econ.berkeley.edu
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March 2001


Source: http://www.economagic.com/

  • Alan Greenspan asked a question: "Is the stock market subject to irrational exuberance?"
  • The answer is clear: yes, it was.
  • The NASDAQ index is now back where it was at the start of 1998.
  • The S&P composite index is now back where it was in the middle of 1998.
  • Both are still very high relative to measures of corporate profits, and have substantial room to fall further before the stocks that make up the indices look like bargains.


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