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hmm. some of those charts suggest buying opportunities appear when P/E ratios top out and fall, not just when they bottom out.

i never would have expected that.

With all the funny accounting these days, I wonder how accurate the calculated PE ratios are. I suspect the real PE ratios are a bit higher, depending on how one defines "earnings".

I'm a private investor from UK and notice that your PE ratio for FTSE 100 seems to be out of line with what is published by the owners of index. check out http://www.ft.com/marketdata/ftseukindex

this link is everyday. the value is 13.x. your graph seems to show ratio closer to 18.

Can someone please explain why this is so?

thanks

Please read the above as updated daily!

It looks like they used actual reported p/e while the FT uses estimated.

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i wanted to know whether is there any provision of free trial for telequotes for mcx and ncdex ?? if yes please reply me and let me know how to download the software and whom yo contact.

How can I accurately determine the P/E ratio and forward P/E ratio of ETF's investing in foreign indexes?
Also, which ETF's that invest in country specific indexes have the lowest P/E ratio's? Thanks!!!

I suspect the real PE ratios are a bit higher

hmm. some of those charts suggest buying opportunities appear when P/E ratios top out and fall, not just when they bottom out.

Would you tell me where to get the P/E ratio?Thanks!!

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