M2 Money Supply and CPI Inflation

M2 Money Supply and CPI Inflation The decline in M2 money supply still suggests lower inflation ahead. Image: Real Investment Advice

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

M2 – Money Supply vs. Monetary Velocity

M2 – Money Supply vs. Monetary Velocity Is printing more money good for the U.S. economy? Despite strong M2 growth, money velocity has declined. Image: Real Investment Advice

Economic Growth vs. M2 Velocity

Economic Growth vs. M2 Velocity The decline in economic growth has coincided with a collapse in M2 velocity Image: Real Investment Advice