Unlike the FTSE 100, the FTSE 250 has put in a pretty decent performance over the last couple of decades.
Since it peaked in 2007 (at the end of the early 2000s credit bubble), the FTSE 250 has just about doubled and since its peak in 2000 (at the end of the dot-com bubble) the FTSE 250 has more than tripled.
Given that the FTSE 100 has produced zero capital gains since 1999, a 200+% price increase for the FTSE 250 isn’t too bad at all.
And if you take your starting point as the 2003 low which followed the dot-com bust, the FTSE 250 is up more than 500%.
But have these healthy gains come at the expense of sane valuations? In other words, is the FTSE 250 dangerously expensive?
You can find out what I think on my new website, UKDividendStocks.com: