stock market capitalization to GDP ratio


A ratio used to determine if a stock market is overvalued or undervalued. It is equal to stock market capitalization divided by gross domestic product times 100. The result of this calculation is the percent of GDP represented by stock market capitalization. A result of over 100% is a sign the market is overvalued. A result of 50% or less is a sign the market is undervalued.
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