Wilshire 6000 to GDP ratio

Often called the “Buffett Ratio”, cause Buffett mentioned it long ago, in a previous bear crisis.

Stolen from MI board.

The Buffett Indicator: Market Cap to GDP
Wilshire 5000 to GDP Ratio

The ratio in the chart above is calculated by dividing the ‘Wilshire 5000 Total Market Index’ by the US GDP. The Wilshire 5000 is widely accepted as the definitive benchmark for the US equity market and is intended to measure the total market capitalization of all US equity securities with readily available price data.

Another way to measure “reversion to the mean”?

Keeping :eyes: on the plethora of Fred Sanfords*.

Fred Sanford (Red Foxx) would clutch his chest and pantomime a heart attack while muttering “I’m coming Elizabeth!” when he felt “the Big One” was nigh.


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Another way to measure “reversion to the mean”?

This is certainly a reversion to the mean! Mr. Market has not been this mean in a long, long time!

The Captain
says to batten down the hatches until the meanness is over.