S&P 500 to M2 Ratio

S&P 500 to M2 Ratio The rising S&P 500 to M2 ratio suggests a potential overvaluation in the U.S. stock market. This trend implies greater demand for stocks compared to the supply of money, worrying investors and analysts. Image: Topdown Charts

U.S. M2 to Nominal GDP Ratio

U.S. M2 to Nominal GDP Ratio The U.S. M2 to nominal GDP ratio has returned to the long-term trend line, which can be seen as a positive development. Image: Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

M2 Money Supply and CPI Inflation

M2 Money Supply and CPI Inflation The big decline in the money supply growth is one of the factors contributing to the contraction of U.S. inflation. Image: Real Investment Advice

M2 Growth vs. U.S. Nominal GDP

M2 Growth vs. U.S. Nominal GDP The sharp contraction in M2 growth could be a cause for concern when it comes to U.S. nominal GDP growth. Image: Deutsche Bank

Inflation – CPI vs. M2

Inflation – CPI vs. M2 M2 growth tends to lead CPI by 16 months, suggesting lower U.S. inflation ahead. Image: Morgan Stanley Research

S&P 500 Index vs. M2 Money Supply

S&P 500 Index vs. M2 Money Supply Global M2 money supply growth has a significant impact on U.S. stocks. Image: Morgan Stanley Wealth Management

Global M2 and S&P 500 Index

Global M2 and S&P 500 Index The decrease in global liquidity is potentially bad news for U.S. equity returns. Image: Morgan Stanley Research

M2 Money Supply

M2 Money Supply Is the return to normal M2 growth good news? Image: The Daily Shot