= + savings deposits + money market funds + certificates of deposit + other time deposits.
We are looking at the major US Indexes Dow 30, SPX 500, Nasdaq 100, & Russell 2000 vs each of these types of money supplies
As we print more we expect these money supplies to increase, so we can start to see the 'real growth' in terms of how much $ is 'out there'
In the more liquid Money supply it looks like we may have bottomed here on the indexes by testing the 'all time'
But in the less liquid Money supply we /could/ expect a fall further if things really go south here. We never tested the 'all time' . No /need/ to but if we did it would be within reason.
I examine lots of these 'composite' charts as I call them, but let me know your thoughts as well!
Manage your own risk