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Weekly Jobless Claims vs. S&P500 Price Graph 1990 to Today
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Historical Jobless Clams vs Prices of the Standard and Poor's 500 Index

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May 6, 2013:  PE ratios usually fall when investors slowly lose interest in stocks. The exceptions are bear market crashes when companies lose money and write off everything but the kitchen sink to often show negative earnings.

Weekly Jobless Claims vs S&P500 Index
Historical Shiller CAPE (Cyclically Adjusted Price Earnings) Ratio             Earnings) ratio

May 3 S&P 500 Breaks Above 1600, SPY At Another Record High And ECRI's WLI Moving Higher

April 5 These High-Yielding DOW Stocks Should Do Well After Today's Poor Jobs Report

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