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Long Term Charts 2: Western Markets Since The Middle Ages | Zero Hedge


Long Term Charts 2: Western Markets Since The Middle Ages | Zero Hedge.

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We previously examined 240 years of US market history for a sense of ‘trend’ or sustainability but some were not satisfied. In order to get a truly long-term perspective, we reach back 1000 years to The Middle Ages and look at how stock prices, interest rates, commodity prices, and gold have changed in a millennia (and most notably how the key historical events have shaped those price changes).

 

Western Markets Since The Middle Ages

 

Stock Prices

 

Interest Rates

 

Commodity Prices

 

The Gold Price

 

@Macro_Tourist for these increble charts

 

And just for good measure, perhaps the most important chart going forward –  Nothing lasts forever… (especially in light of China’s earlier comments )


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