The stock market cap to GDP ratio has become known as the Buffett Indicator in recent years, as Warren Buffett commented that he believes it is “probably the best single measure of where valuations stand at any given moment.”
100*VALUE OF ALL STOCKS IN COUNTRY/GDP OF COUNTRY
This is the Warren Buffett Indicator, the total market cap relative to the US gross domestic product (GDP). It is also called "Market Cap to GDP Indicator". For the market cap typically the Wilshire 5000 total market cap is used, which is representing the value of all stocks traded in the United States. Tradingview just provides the Wilshire W4500. We can...