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S&P 500 Price to Earnings Ratio
S&P 500 Price to Earnings Ratio

The price earnings ratio is calculated by dividing a company's stock price by it's earnings per share. It is likely one of the best-known fundamental ratios for stock valuation.

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Market Cap to GDP: The Buffett Indicator
Market Cap to GDP: The Buffett Indicator

Market cap to GDP is a long-term valuation indicator for stocks. It has become popular in recent years, thanks to Warren Buffett.

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Stocks vs. Gold and Silver
Stocks vs. Gold and Silver

Which was the best investment in the past 30, 50, 80, or 100 years? This chart compares the performance of the S&P 500, the Dow Jones, Gold, and Silver.

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Stocks vs. Bonds
Stocks vs. Bonds

Which performed better in the past, Stocks or Bonds? The ratio in this chart divides the S&P 500 by a Total Return Bond Index. When the ratio rises, stocks beat bonds - and when it falls, bonds beat stocks.

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Stocks vs. Real Estate
Stocks vs. Real Estate

The Stocks to Real Estate ratio divides the S&P 500 index by the Case-Shiller Home Price Index. Just like Market Cap to GDP, it has an interesting historical track record and clearly shows the stock market bubbles of 1929 and 1999.

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Growth vs. Value Stocks
Growth vs. Value Stocks

Which performed better in recent years, growth stocks or value stocks? When the ratio rises, growth stocks outperform value stocks - and when it falls, value stocks outperform growth stocks.

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Large-cap vs. Small-cap Stocks
Large-cap vs. Small-cap Stocks

Which performed better in recent years, large-cap or small-cap stocks? When the ratio rises, large-cap stocks outperform small-cap stocks - and when it falls, small-cap stocks outperform large-cap stocks.

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Nasdaq to S&P 500 Ratio
Nasdaq to S&P 500 Ratio

What is the proportion of the Nasdaq to the overall US stock market? The ratio in this chart divides the Nasdaq Composite Index by the S&P 500. The ratio peaked in the year 2000, during the Dot-com mania.

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US Stocks vs. The World
US Stocks vs. The World

What is the proportion of the US stock market to the global stock market? By definition, this ratio cannot grow forever. At some point, US stocks would simply make up 100% of global stocks.

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Emerging vs. Developed Markets
Emerging vs. Developed Markets

Which performed better in recent years, emerging or developed market equities? The ratio in this chart divides the MSCI Emerging Markets Index by the MSCI World Index.

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Bitcoin vs. Gold
Bitcoin vs. Gold

The ratio in this chart divides the price of Bitcoin by the price of Gold. When the ratio rises, Bitcoin is outperforming Gold - and when it falls, Gold is outperforming Bitcoin.

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Dow to Gold Ratio
Dow to Gold Ratio

The dow to gold ratio indicates the number of ounces of gold it takes to buy the shares in the Dow Jones Industrial Average index.

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Real Estate to Gold Ratio
Real Estate to Gold Ratio

The real estate to gold ratio is a measure of relative value between gold and real estate. It indicates the number of ounces of gold required to purchase an average single family house in the United States.

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Copper to Gold Ratio
Copper to Gold Ratio

The copper to gold ratio indicates the number of ounces of gold it takes to buy an ounce of copper. The ratio is an indicator of the health of the global economy and interestingly, it correlates strongly with interest rates.

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Oil to Gold Ratio
Oil to Gold Ratio

The oil to gold ratio indicates the number of ounces of gold it takes to buy a barrel of oil. Similar to the copper gold ratio, the oil gold ratio is an indicator of the health of the global economy.

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Gold to Silver Ratio
Gold to Silver Ratio

The gold silver ratio represents the number of silver ounces it takes to buy a single ounce of gold. Interestingly, it correlates strongly with the US Dollar index.

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US Debt to GDP
US Debt to GDP

These charts show the government-, corporate-, and household-debt to gdp ratios. Expressing a nation's debt as a ratio to its gross domestic product (GDP) allows for better comparison over time.

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M2 Money Supply Growth vs. Inflation
M2 Money Supply Growth vs. Inflation

The M2 Money Supply is a measure for the amount of currency in circulation. This chart plots the yearly M2 Growth Rate and the Inflation Rate.

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The Real Interest Rate
The Real Interest Rate

The real interest rate is calculated as the difference between the nominal interest rate and the inflation rate.

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Gold vs. Real Yields
Gold vs. Real Yields

This chart plots gold prices and real yields. Gold and real yields are negatively correlated. In other words, when real yields go down gold goes up.

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US Yield Curve
>US Yield Curve

These charts display the spreads between long-term and short-term US Government Bond Yields. A negative spread indicates an inverted yield curve, which is often considered to be a predictor of an economic recession.

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Bond Yield Credit Spreads
Bond Yield Credit Spreads

These charts display the yield spreads between Corporate Bonds, Treasury Bonds, and Mortgages. The spreads tend to widen in economic recessions and indicate an increased risk of default as well as reduced liquidity in the market.

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S&P 500 Dividend Yield
S&P 500 Dividend Yield

The dividend yield indicates how much a company pays out in dividends each year relative to its share price. In other words, it measures how much "bang for your buck" you are getting from dividends.

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Stocks to Commodities Ratio
Stocks to Commodities Ratio

The stocks to commodities ratio measures the S&P 500 relative to the commodity market index PPI (Producer Price Index).

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Relative Strength: US Stock Market Sectors
Relative Strength: US Stock Market Sectors

These charts display the relative strength for each US stock market sector. The relative strength indicates how well a given sector performed compared to the overall stock market (as measured by the S&P 500).

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National Stock Markets Comparison
National Stock Markets Comparison

How have American, Asian, and European stock market indices performed? The indices are converted into US Dollars, allowing for an accurate perfomance comparison.

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Commodity Prices
commodities

These charts display the prices for different commodities relative to each other.

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Mining Stocks vs. Gold & Silver
Mining Stocks vs. Gold & Silver

How do mining companies perform compared to the physical metals that they produce? This chart goes back all the way back to 1939.

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Ethereum vs. Bitcoin
Ethereum vs. Bitcoin

The ratio in the chart above divides the price of Ether by the price of Bitcoin. When the ratio rises, Ether is outperforming Bitcoin - and when it falls, Ether is underperforming.

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Home Price to Income Ratio (US & UK)
Home Price to Income Ratio (US & UK)

Historically, an average house in the U.S. cost around 5 times the yearly household income. The ratio in this chart divides the Case-Shiller Home Price Index by the US median annual household income.

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The Real Home Price (US & UK)
The Real Home Price (US & UK)

The ratios in these charts divide the nominal home price by the Consumer Price Index (CPI) and therefore display the real home price over time.

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