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My comment on all of this is it is valid (and somewhat cheerier) to compare 4 yr, 10 yr, 20 yr and 30 yr trends with 30 day, 60 day and 90 day trends! I know the chart I linked to only went for 7 years, but I was just using someone else's chart and that was ALL DATA available. The trend lines were spot on.

Well you may feel that it is valid but I just don't agree.

I don't wanna flame you but can I just suggest that you at least consider using a 20 or 30 year log chart to draw such conclusions.

This link is 50 plus years & much more useful IMO.

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