History of Asset Bubbles Past 40-Years

History of Asset Bubbles Past 40-Years This chart puts into perspective the history of asset bubbles over the past 40 years. Image: BofA Global Investment Strategy

Tesla vs. The 2000 Internet Bubble

Tesla vs. The 2000 Internet Bubble While investors are betting on Tesla’s success, this chart is not a prediction on where Tesla stock is heading. Image: Nordea and Macrobond

Real U.S. Household Net Worth and Bubble

Real U.S. Household Net Worth and Bubble Is the wealth of American households experiencing an unsustainable bubble? Well, the current gap between U.S. household net worth and U.S. GDP is the greatest on record. Image: Real Investment Advice

Tech Bubble

Tech Bubble Chart suggesting that a second tech bubble could be about to burst. A strange feeling of déjà vu, even if the chart doesn’t take into account inflation-adjusted dollars. Image: Financial Times

Housing Bubble Risk

Housing Bubble Risk Munich is the city with the highest risk of a housing bubble developing, followed by Toronto, Hong Kong and Amsterdam. Image: Statista

Countries With the Highest Housing Bubble Risks

Countries With the Highest Housing Bubble Risks Detecting and measuring asset bubbles is not always an easy task, but in many countries, housing prices are rising faster than rental rates. Image: Visual Capitalist

Detecting and Measuring Asset Bubbles

Detecting and Measuring Asset Bubbles Detecting and measuring asset bubbles is not always an easy task. This chart puts into perspective the current U.S. households financial assets to GDP and the U.S. federal debt as percentage of GDP.

U.S. Market Breadth

U.S. Market Breadth At the dotcom bubble peak, the percentage of stocks outperforming the S&P 500 was 27% vs. 42% today (the historical average is 48%). Currently, the relative market breadth isn’t as extreme as it was in 2000. Image: Fidelity Investments