Some useful charts here!
S&P 500 (SPX) Repeats the Trend observed in the times of the Great Depression
If history continues to repeat itself, the market will face another fall.
European Central Bank's Balance Sheet Equals to 64% of Eurozone GDP
The European Central Bank is inflating the balance sheet, raising the mark by €32.4 billion over the past year.
P/E Ratio of the US Market Is Still Very High, Even Despite Others Have Better EPS Over Time
European and Asian markets offer better EPS over time, but investors stick with the US.
The Volume of Short Positions in the Shanghai Composite Index (SHA:000001) Hits All-Time High at ¥80 Billion Following the S&P 500 (SPX)
Throughout 2020, the number of short sellers on the Chinese market has been growing and has now reached its peak.
Index-Following Hedge Funds Struggled this Year Due to High Volatility and Instability
In times of spikes and high market volatility, passive hedge funds do poorly.
Bitcoin (BTC) Follows Gold (XAU) And Silver (XAG) Stock-to-flow Model
This model handles Bitcoin as things like gold, silver or platinum. These goods are known as 'store of value' their relative rarity means they sustain value
The S&P 500 (SPX) Will Fall Even Deeper if the Correction Repeats the Usual Trend Originated Since 2009
The 200-day moving average line has not yet been crossed, as it was during any other corrections over the past 10 years.
S&P 500 (SPX) Correction Triggered the Short Positions’ Increase to $47 Billion by Large Speculators
There is a surge in activity with every market correction, but now there are much more shorts than usual.
Federal Reserve's Balance Sheet Is Now More than $7 Trillion after an Enormous One-Quarter Growth
The highest spike ever due to the Fed's anti-crisis measures.
Wilshire 5000's (W5000) Total Capitalization Is More than 175% of the US GDP for the First Time Ever
For the first time in history, the total market capitalization of 3.5 thousand joint-stock companies in the US market is 1.75 times higher than the US GDP.
Investors Are Getting Rid of ETFs and Mutual Funds more Actively During the Current Bull Rally
A feature of the latest bull rally is that investors are getting rid of ETFs and mutual funds, which has not been seen during other bull markets.
Bitcoin (BTC) Follows the Curve, Similar to the Adoption of Internet Technology
Bitcoin is developing and becoming more popular. It is compared to the Internet technology that is now everywhere.
The Biggest Gap between the Amount of Corporate Debt and Bond Yields
The Federal Reserve is creating a monster on the debt market.
Nike (NKE) Is the Only Bright Spot on Today’s Stock Market
IHS Markit Flash U.S. Composite PMI
The business activity index is recovering, which may have positive future prospects.
House Price Index Up by 6.5% in July Year-To-Year
Home prices are growing at an annual rate of 6.5% compared to July of last year, according to a report by the Federal Housing Finance Agency.