Long term equity returns unlikely to exceed real national income
Long-term equity returns are unlikely to exceed the rate of growth
of real GDP per capita. The long term growth in the return on assets employed in an
economy must move in line with the growth rate in economic activity. In the short-term,
however, the relationship between GDP growth and equity returns is
controversial and GDP forecasts are not reliable
predictors of returns on assets. Nevertheless, real GDP growth is necessary to
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