U.S. Stock Valuation Triggers Memories Of 1929's 90 Percent Decline

Great chart from dshort.com this week providing an average of four major valuation indexes for the S&P 500. We are now in territory seen in only 1929 and 2000. Can the next market fall top 1929's 90% decline? We'll have to wait to find out.

Remembering history:

As the DOW fell 300 points on Friday, CNBC's Rick Santelli provided three minutes of honesty discussing what happens when the central bank's cannon balls & fairy dust illusion no longer works. For more on this subject see 2014 Outlook: The Greatest Illusion The World Has Ever Seen.