Robert Shiller: I am Still Buying Stocks Despite High CAPE

Robert Shiller: I am Still Buying Stocks Despite High CAPE
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Robert Shiller, professor of economics at Yale and 2013 Economics Nobel Prize Laureate, says there is a potential for another stock market crash similar to the 1930s.

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