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That would give us long-term rates of around 5.7%. In that full case, this would imply a p/e proportion of 17.5x (as the high end). However, the 20 season and 30-calendar year average pass on between your 10-year treasury rate and the Fed Funds rate is 1.5% and 1.6% respectively. The S&P 500 index, month basis on the trailing twelve, is trading at a 19x p/e proportion now, and 16.7x cash flow estimate forwards.
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OK, so the above normalized interest rate guesses might be considered a little “noisy”. I used real Fed Funds rate and then assumed a yield spread. That’s too many indirect assumptions. Another simpler model for normalized long-term interest rates is simply the nominal development in GDP. I just googled this and cut and paste it from a vintage BlackRock report.
The data is from 1963, so that it shouldn’t matter too much that it’s not up to date. So putting the above jointly, if you believe the 3% real GDP developments and 2% inflation, that is clearly a 5% 10-12 months treasury rate and implied 20x p/e proportions. I think at the annual conference, Charlie said that it might be insane to expect more than 1% development over the future.
If this is the case, and inflation is 2%, we’ll be looking at relationship produces of 3% (and 33x p/e ratio). But more realistic might be 2.5% real GDP growth and 2% inflation for a connection produce of around 4.5% (22x p/e). Oh, and that would be 5% and 20x p/e if you used 2.5% inflation.
You can use whatever assumptions you want and get a own ‘normalized’ long-term interest rate. And yes, I understand. Nobody can forecast economic growth or inflation with any accuracy really; I’m just thinking aloud and looking to get my arms around this stuff. And yes, of course many of you would have fun at the idea of 2% or even 2.5% inflation.