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What long term average? There are only 2 points in the chart when S&P traded at 1.74. You have so much deviation from your "average" that it is useless.


Excellent observation.

The S&P is cheap by this measure, and it may become even cheaper if inflation data starts moving higher later this month and gold jumps higher from here.

I believe it is important to use market timing signals and profit both from the upside and downside of gold and the stock market.

Consider http://invetrics.com

Its DJIA is up 68% so far this year, and it is free of charge to individual investors.

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The price of oil is currently showing a big increase. Still, I think that platinum will be soon at the same price, don't you think?

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