NAAIM Exposure Index – Investor Sentiment​

NAAIM Exposure Index – Investor Sentiment The National Association of Active Investment Managers Exposure Index represents the two-week moving average exposure to U.S. equity markets reported by NAAIM members. With a current value of 93.84, the NAAIM Exposure Index indicates a strong bullish sentiment among active investment managers, reflecting their confidence in the future direction of the…

S&P 500 and NAAIM Index Above 97

S&P 500 and NAAIM Index Above 97 Active investment managers are notorious for buying equities at tops and selling them at bottoms, highlighting the difficulties they encounter in accurately timing the market and making profitable investment decisions. Image: Real Investment Advice

NAAIM vs. S&P 500 Index

NAAIM vs. S&P 500 Index Active investment managers frequently face criticism for their consistent pattern of selling equities at market bottoms and buying them at market tops. Image: Real Investment Advice

Investor Sentiment – S&P 500 and NAAIM Index Below 40

Investor Sentiment – S&P 500 and NAAIM Index Below 40 The NAAIM index dropping below 40 is often interpreted as active investment managers selling equities at market bottoms, signaling a potential short-term market bottom. Image: Real Investment Advice

NAAIM 4-Week Average vs. S&P 500 Index

NAAIM 4-Week Average vs. S&P 500 Index The NAAIM 4-week average index is not far from very extreme greed levels. Image: Real Investment Advice

NAAIM – Equity Exposure of U.S. Active Managers

NAAIM – Equity Exposure of U.S. Active Managers U.S. active managers are optimistic, as they have the highest level of exposure to equities in over two years, betting on a rebound in global growth. Image: Morgan Stanley Research