As it is sometimes impossible to follow markets and/or FinTwit (Finance Twitter) on a daily basis. I decided lately to post a weekly recap of the most interesting, exciting and most debatable charts of my Twitter feed.

Here is the link to the previous series:

I also recommend you to read the discussions below those charts which are very educational and entertaining, thank you very much for your contribution! Enjoy!

1. More than 31% of young Americans (18-34 year-olds) now live with their parents: up from 27% before the crisis

2. Average US worker has to work 125 hours to buy 1 share of the S&P 500 index.

3. Price to sales ratio of the S&P 500 highest in history.

Remember, it is just one indicator. Also, valuation indicators do not give you the right timing. As Keynes said in the 1930s: “Markets can stay irrational longer than you can stay solvent.”

4. CNN Fear & Greed index has been at the highest levels since couple of years.

Now stands at 92, here is the source:

5. Annual healthcare spending per person the highest in the United States.

6. Half of US workers didn't receive a pay raise in 2019.

7. Warren Buffett's indicator: Global Stock Market Capitalization / Global GDP has breached 100%.

8. It's been more than a year since the US President called for a "big buy opportunity".

9. Assets performance in 2019 and their decades' averages.

10. Macroeconomic trends in the manufacturing sector across the world.

Which one is the most stunning or interesting? Drop me a comment.

All the best.