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Old 12-02-2005, 10:30 AM   #1
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Bernstein's future equity return projections

Anyone have Bernstein's future equity return projections? I think I remember reading 6-7% nominal but I can't find it. If so could you provide me with a link? Thanks.
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Re: Bernstein's future equity return projections
Old 12-02-2005, 12:26 PM   #2
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Re: Bernstein's future equity return projections

I don't think he's changed his tune since 2002:

"Which brings us back, as usual, to the Gordon Equation: The expected return of a stock or bond is equal to its income stream plus its growth. For stocks, this is (in nominal terms) 1.5% + 5% = 6.5%; and for bonds, 6.0% + 0% = 6.0%."

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He talks about expected real returns on page 72 of The Four Pillars of Investing.
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