Calculator for Individual Stocks
The Cyclically Adjusted Price-Earnings (CAPE) ratio also known as the Shiller Ratio or the P/E 10 ratio was developed by Dr. Robert Shiller (who won the Nobel Prize for his work on 10/14/2013) and Dr. John Campbell in a paper written in 1988 and can be traced to the principles of Graham.
To find the CAPE Ratio value for an individual stock please insert the ticker symbol of the publicly traded stock that is desired. For Example: to search IBM insert IBM, or to search DuPont insert DD.
Go to the Recent Newsletter tab for a listing of all S&P 500 stocks ranked by CAPE Ratio. Email for Stock list by NYSE and NASDAQ.
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