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Your Scary-Ass Chart of the Day

October 28th, 2013 - 12:06 pm

BUBBLE

Via Jesse Colombo who adds, “The total U.S. stock market capitalization to GDP ratio (Warren Buffett’s favorite valuation indicator) shows that stocks are currently in bubble territory.”

So. We’ve reinflated the equities bubble and Bernanke (soon to be Yellen) promises to continue pumping $85,000,000,000 into that bubble each and every month, at least through the end of next year.

When this bubble pops, as it must, it’ll make 2008 look like 1986.

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I'm not sure if this metric is meaningful, or in what way it's meaningful, but it looks like it's just back at its post-war trend line.
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This metric made sense back when 90% of US corporate profits came from within the US.

But now that around 50% comes from outside the US, I’d argue it’s not very meaningful.
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But what if the EU crashes first?
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