Using an inflation-augmented price-earnings ratio to guide tactical asset allocation

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Saville, AD;
(2009)

Asset allocation plays a central role in determining investment outcomes, and available evidence shows that portfolio results can be enhanced through tactical asset allocation if managers use the simple price-earnings ratio as a predictor of equity returns. Recently, so... View more
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