Wall Street’s Long-Term Disconnect From Main Street Portends Tough Times Ahead

US Gross Domestic Product from 1947 to present. Data drawn from YCharts and compiled by the Bureau of Economic Analysis. (A) marks the initiation of the Great Recession. Source: Framework Investing
Historical Equity Market data compiled by Professor Robert Shiller (Yale) from 1947 through present. See paragraph below for events associated with red labels above. Source: Framework Investing
Post-War U.S. GDP and equity market data overlain on the same chart. Source: Framework Investing
The point marked by (F) represents the market cap to GDP ratio at the height of the Dot.Com Bubble. (G) shows the depth of equity market values in March 2009. Source: Framework Investing

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