User: Tim Knight: Historical Example
Reagan and Trump
TLT/SPY is awfully similar (umm, identical) to 2007
Junk bond divergence
PE levels back to 1929
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Houses NEVER more expensive
Presently, the median stock in the S&P 500 is more overvalued than at any point in U.S. history, easily exceeding...
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Internet firm acquisitions typically turn out to be duds.
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Male labor force participation
VIX is unprecedentedly low for an election year
Corporate profit plunge
Equities are actually considered safer than bonds now. Freaky.
Topping pattern on the NASDAQ
Secular bear market markers
Fear and Greed over the past couple of years
A beauty of a chart aligning margin debt with stock peaks
Diagramming the central bank interference with free markets
$NYSI is now most overbought since spring of 2014:
The long term moving averages suggest that anyone holding on to stocks is certifiably insane.
Analog time from the beartard
Barrels of oil per ounce of gold
The millionth chart showing how we are repeating what happened in 2000 and 2008 Sort of like an 8 year cycle, ain't it?
Stocks are more overpriced than they EVER HAVE BEEN, including 2000.
Current sell-off versus prior bear markets
This Is The Dow's Worst Start To The Year... Ever
Now THIS is a bear market - - the Cyprus stock market, having lost about 99.99% of its value since its peak.
History about to repeat itself again.
Equal weighted stock index will lead the way lower for the deluded S&P 500
Participation rate in the labor force
Gee, I wonder what's going to happen next?
Beautiful time symmetry, from peak to peak
Fade those OPEX rallies!!!!
Some important indicators to keep in mind
Beware the Pope!
A beautiful creation from Northman "occasional winner" the blogger.
Shemitah fever - catch it!
A look of the bubbles of yesteryear......
A terrible summer for oil
Gargantuan long-term double-tops in play
A fascinating look at how oil prices directly affect oil importers and exporters over the span of decades
Market breadth has a tendency to eventually drag all stocks down with it.
A confluence of indicators like this happens very, very rarely
History repeats for Google?
Peak stocks (of course)
Comparing the Dow 1987 crash with China today
Getting a long-term sense about the Chinese market rally (and crash)
Global Death from Conflicts - - fascinating historical perspective