"When one compares these metrics to the 10-year Treasury yield, which stands at about 2 percent, stocks look even cheaper.
Siegel said the last time dividend yields traded above stock yields for a prolonged period of time, which was the early 1950s, stocks went on to soar for the next 20 years while Treasuries performed poorly."
Interesting exercise for SIMM:
Recreate these findings. See how often the good of predictor the measures mentioned in the article HAVE BEEN.