CAPE Ratio

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Also called the Shiller P/E, PE 10 Ratio, it is an acronym for the Cyclically-Adjusted Price-to-Earnings Ratio, calculated by dividing the price by average of the company's earnings in the last 10 years, adjusted for inflation.

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