Brad De Long
delong at econ.Berkeley.EDU
Wed Mar 17 09:49:55 PST 1999
>[If the risk premium for stockholding were to go to 0, then the return on
>stocks should approach that of a riskless asset like a Treasury bill, or
>4.5%, rather than the historical 7-10% and the recent 20-25%. But let's not
>Wall Street Journal - March 17, 1999
>Stock Prices Are
>Still Far Too Low
>By James K. Glassman and Kevin A. Hassett. Mr. Glassman is a fellow and Mr.
>Hassett a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute.
Clive Crook says that Glassman genuinely does not understand the difference
between corporate dividends and corporate earnings...
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