Total Return S&P 500 CrystalBull
YTD (Mar 22nd) YTD +4.46% +6.11%
1 yr. (2016) 2016 +11.80% +7.46%
1 yr. (2015) 2015 +1.21% +14.84%
1 cycle (2007-2016) 2007-16 +73.36% +942.75%
2 cycles (2000-2016) 2000-16 +100.10% +6200.19%
*hypothetical results based on current model
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US Treasury Bond Rates Chart

This chart shows the 30 Day Treasury Bill, 3 Month Treasury Bill, 10 Year Treasury Note, and 30 Year Treasury Bond, with Yield Curve, 3 Month CD's, and CPI, in relation to the S&P 500.  Treasury Bills, Notes, and Bonds (aka T-Bills, T-Notes, T-Bonds) are safe, competitive investments vis-a-vis the stock market.  A comparison of Treasury Rates versus the E-to-P (E/P, inverse of the Price-to-Earnings, P/E ratio) is a popular method for predicting the forthcoming trend, or flow of funds.  Under this framework, high US Treasury bonds rates are bearish for the stock market, and low rates are bullish.

NOTE: Use the Legend link above the U.S. Treasury Bond Rates chart to display hidden 30 Day T-Bill, 3 Month CD, and CPI values.

( HINT:  Click-and-drag left-to-right on the top chart (S&P 500) to zoom in to a specific date range.  Double-click on S&P 500 chart to zoom back out. )

  = recessions