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thats a shocking graph - straight down - what does it mean?

It doesn't exactly cry out "Green Shoots" that's for sure! :lol:

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The music's stopped.

Everyone has seen the Emperor's new clothes for what they really are.

The tide has gone out and now we're finding out who was swimming naked.

Etc, etc, etc ...

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That graph's surreal. :ph34r:

Plus its inverse; the PE ratio:

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Are these figures right???

yep its an absolute corker and why this is going to be that once in a century actuarial event, im 95% certain the Dow will be below 1000 in a few years and data like this and the record data we have constaantly been getting over the last 6 months is only reinforcing my beliefs, theyll be plenty of unimaginable rallies in between but it technically has to go below 1000 to return to trend

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It seems a familiar theme that people jump in too soon with the housing market and stock market.

I guess people expect the stock market to operate more efficiently compared to housing, but even in the fairly mild downturn conditions of the dot com crash it took well over 3 years to find a bottom. I cant believe that barely a year off its highs with all thats gone on weve already reached bottom this time.

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