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Viewing markets in dynamic equilibrium

blog 115

Viewing markets in dynamic equilibrium

Letter #115


We have all been told that “stock markets are a slave to earnings.” While the long-term relationship does hold, what explains the mere 1% Sensex returns between Dec-93 and Dec-02 (3,287 days), or the rather modest 30% returns between Dec-07 and Dec-16 (3,288 days)?


We write in ET today that investors often look at markets as if they operate as static equilibrium; while viewing them as dynamic equilibrium could help decode the nuances of market behaviour. To read our take on the concept of static and dynamic equilibrium, and how flattish headline markets do not necessarily mean zero returns, please click here:

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