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This chart compares the percentage growth since February 2009 of the Dow Jones Industrial Average against the increase in size of the Federal Reserve balance sheet through multiple phases of...

This chart compares the early stage secular bull market in gold that began in April of 2001 with the Dow Jones Industrial Average secular bull market that began back in May of 1982. Since the dow...

This chart compares the price of crude oil versus the level of the S&P 500. In 2008, it was the S&P that refused to confirm the final spike in commodity prices whereas in 2015, oil is the asset...

This chart compares the monthly percentage growth of the Federal Reserve balance sheet (U.S. Treasuries and Agency MBS) against the price of gold back to 2004.

This chart shows the ratio of the gold price to the St. Louis Adjusted Monetary Base back to 1918. The monetary base roughly matches the size of the Federal Reserve balance sheet, which indicates the...

This chart compared the two primary core measures of inflation in the U.S. Core inflation removes the volatile food and energy components in an attempt to better understand whether price pressures...

This chart compares the S&P 500 with its trailing twelve month earnings per share (EPS) value. The two series are adjusted for inflation using the headline CPI number.

This chart shows the inflation adjusted performance of the FHFA Housing Index, Gold, Oil and the NASDAQ since 1976. The world financial system moved from the relative discipline of the gold-dollar,...

Charts the 10-year dollar growth in total new U.S. debt (public and private) compared to the same period growth in new jobs created.

This chart shows the ratio of gold (priced in dollars) to the S&P 500 market index. This ratio is a good indicator of investor confidence in the dollar/fiat currency system. A low ratio signifies...

This chart compares the four largest market bubbles of the last 100 years. It includes the Dow Jones Industrial Average in the 20s, gold in the 70s, technology stocks in the 90s and the recent oil...

This chart shows the inflation adjusted performance of the Dow Jones Industrial Average over the three major secular market cycles of the last 100 years. Each graph line begins and ends at the lowest...

This chart tracks the the performance of gold since July of 2002 against the three largest bubbles of the last 40 years. Past bubbles have shown strong but steady growth for the first 7-8 years...

This chart tracks the TED Spread (3 Month LIBOR / 3 Month Treasury Bill) as a measure of the perceived credit risk in the U.S. economy. LIBOR measures the interbank lending rate so as the spread...

This chart compares the national unemployment rate, the ISM employment index and initial claims for unemployment using standard deviation. The unemployment rate and jobless claims are shown as an...

Compares the movement in the real dollar index with gold and oil prices since 1974. The oil and gold series are adjusted for CPI inflation and the real dollar index is adjusted for the relevant...

Compares core CPI, headline CPI, PPI Finished Goods and PPI All Commodities back to 1968. Series are compared using a 12 month percentage change.

Compares the annual dollar growth in total new debt (public and private) against the S&P 500 level. This chart illustrates how the 2003-2007 market rally benefited from massive new debt creation,...

This chart shows the inflation adjusted performance of the S&P 500 over the three major secular market cycles of the last 100 years. Each graph line begins and ends at the lowest point of the cycle...

This chart tracks the ratio of the Dow Jones Industrial Average to the price of gold. The number tells you how many ounces of gold it would take to buy the Dow on any given month. Previous cycle...

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