Money supply and monetary base to gold price ratio: long term charts till 2012

On this page, you’ll find the most important long term charts about the gold and silver price. The charts indicate not only how we far we are in the current secular bull market which started around 2001, but it also puts it into perspective with data over the 20th century and even the centuries before. These charts also help you better understand the very nature of this bull market and the strength of the fundamentals. You can easily draw the conclusion that this gold bull market has a way to go. We are able to present these charts thanks to Sharelynx:

The US monetary base M0 to gold price ratio, from 1940 till 2012

monetary base M0 vs gold price 1940 2012

The US M1 money supply to gold price ratio, from 1970 till 2012

M1 money supply vs gold price 1970 2012

The US M2 money supply to gold price ratio, from 1970 till 2012

M2 money supply vs gold price 1970 2012

The US M3 money supply to gold price ratio, from 1970 till 2012

M3 money supply vs gold price 1970 2012

The growth of the US national debts over the 20th century, with the contribution of each president to the debts

US national debts since 1940 presidents accountable

 

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