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SPX/GDP: S&P 500 : Ahead of a massive bull market like 1995 ? ... no
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S&P 500 : Ahead of a massive bull market like 1995 ? ... no

This double chart have one and only purpose... to simply destroy any king of idea about the S&P that could be about to perform crazy like it did in the 1995-2000 rallye. That's just non-sense and purely stupid. Not only the context is totally different... cause back then the GDP was the true gas of that rallye... as today everyone knows that we will never be able ...

GDP: A Short-Term Agenda from Monetary Policy?
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GDP, D
A Short-Term Agenda from Monetary Policy?

The Fed turning on the spigot of monetary policy may have started out an objective to jump start growth, but is the objective for accommodation still so virtuous? Here we have the effective funds rate (proxy for Fed support) versus US growth and the S&P 500 (speculative returns).

GDP: More Stimulus Is Unlikely to Provide More Economic Fuel
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GDP, D
More Stimulus Is Unlikely to Provide More Economic Fuel

A delay of a Fed rate hike seems to be the market's immediate concern when it comes to risk trends. Yet, as global growth cools, the expectation readily escalates to expectations of more stimulus. Yet, more quantitative easing, is unlikely to provide the backing the system needs. Yields are already exceptionally low and the positive influence on growth following ...

SMP99 SMP99 INDU/GDP, M,
INDU/GDP: Market Valuations using DJIA, GDP and Corporate Profits
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INDU/GDP, M
Market Valuations using DJIA, GDP and Corporate Profits

Here is a long term view of a few ratios that may help to view current market valuations. I used the DJIA in order to get a longer time series. It’s not my preference as market capitalization is not accurately portrayed via the index but I still think these ratios have value. So how is the current market valued? Bears can point to GDP to market capitalization ...

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