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Fed Model
A model thought to be used by the Federal Reserve that hypothesizes a relationship between Long-term treasury Notes and the market return of equities.
    
The Fed doesn't endorse this tool. In fact, it was named the "Fed model" by Prudential Securities strategist Ed Yardeni. This model believes that returns on 10-year treasury Notes should be similar to the S&P 500 Earnings Yield. Differences in these returns identify an over-priced or under-priced securities market.
Posted by  Institute for International Research, Institute for International Research, Henley & Partners Group Holdings Ltd
 
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