timwest

S&P500 -SPX - Adjusted for Inflation -Only 4.5% below ATH

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Here is the S&P500             adjusted by the CPI             All Urban Consumers Index.

The S&P500             sits just 4.56% below the All-Time-High.

This is an interesting "return" (no dividends are included in this analysis) for 15 years invested in the market and exposed to all of the price risk. Of course, if you take zero-risk you would expect to earn zero return. You can see why the Fed has been doing everything it can to reflate the markets.

Someone ring the bell when a New All Time Real HIGH has been reached.

Tim 10:05AM EST 12/3/2014
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This was so accurate!
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thank you mate. how do you adjust T-NOTES for real yeild ? i found DGS10 for 10 year note yeild
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@pabx06, Good question: I wish we could see "real" prices for everything. I'll suggest to the Tradingview founders.
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Thanks for finding this symbol
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Stunning, thank you.
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timwest PRO K155MY4R53
@K155MY4R53, You are welcome.
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like Christopher Columbus, this is all new territory so where in the hell is the turn maybe this is a piece to the puzzle, I wish I knew.
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Is the chart taking in account of inflation of 2% annually on average?
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timwest PRO AlphaxRx
The chart divides the S&P500 by the CPI index, which nets out the free lunch provided by the tailwind of inflation.
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timwest PRO AlphaxRx
Yes it does take inflation into account. You can pull up a chart of CPIAUCSL and you can see the inflation component.
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