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I have come across this website which has long term charts of different indices for fundamental analysis.

The website has long term charts for PE Ratio, Price to Book Value, Dividend Yield etc.

Nifty PE, PB, Div Yield Ratio

Here are PE ratio charts for Nifty 50 and Nifty 500.




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I used Nifty 500 as it covers almost the entire market (NSE).

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The NIFTY 500 Index represents about 94% of the free float market capitalization of the stocks listed on NSE as on March 31, 2016.
https://www.nseindia.com/products/co.../nifty_500.htm

At current prices, Nifty 500's PE ratio is even higher than it was in 2007-2008.

One of my earlier posts on short-term "hot money" flooding the markets was lost as I had to restore an older version of site's database.

Please be cautious with mid-caps and small-caps. Many of them are rising just because of speculative buying and their valuations have reached absurd levels.

Overall, the market is expensive but still I don't think the valuations are high enough to give a blanket sell call.
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