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Gold : S&P ratio

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For what it's worth, here is a chart I made of the historical ratio of S&P500:Gold (monthly) from 1950-2017.

This should give some indication about how much the S&P 500 may or may not be overvalued.

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For what it's worth, here is a chart I made of the historical ratio of S&P500:Gold (monthly) from 1950-2017.

This should give some indication about how much the S&P 500 may or may not be overvalued.

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So in 2000, the S&P was ~5.5 times the value of gold? Or do I have that backwards?
 

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So in 2000, the S&P was ~5.5 times the value of gold? Or do I have that backwards?
That is correct. Dotcom Bubble. We aren't back there yet.

In reality, what better measure do we have of the value of the S&P500 that its value in gold on any given day? According to this, it is "highish" but not as bad as 2000 yet.
 

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Today's ratio is 2.03:1
 

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80.4/1 per coininfo as of this post.
That's the G/S Ratio, bonus info for all.
 
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Just looking at the chart I would say that the S&P500 is a BUY when it goes 1:1 with the price of gold.
 

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That doesn't make sense. S&P500 is 2,629.35 and Gold is 1,316.80. That is 1.997:1.
Oops! Wrong Thread, that's the G/S ratio.
Bonus info for all.