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Focus on recent developments - charts can be viewed with either 10 or 25 years of past history. With Internet Explorer you can also right click to zoom in further.

Visitor: These are longer charts than I am used to seeing, do you have anything shorter?

RouteMaster: Yes, but the reason for first showing you such long-term charts is to help you identify patterns. For example, to see if there is any relevance in the four-year election cycle, you need to look at several cycles, so we show medium-term or long-term charts.

Once you have identified a pattern, then it is worth zooming in to see where we are in the current cycle. Here is the same chart of Liquidity on a Medium Timescale. Once again, Investors RouteMap lets you do this with all the charts, but we won't go into that now.

Many people think that the stock market goes up, when interests rates go down, and vice versa. However this chart shows that this relationship broke down after 1998. That would not be obvious on a short term chart.