Farrell Sentiment vs. S&P 500

Farrell Sentiment vs. S&P 500 The Farrell Sentiment is contrarian bullish, even after a 30%+ rally in the S&P 500. Image: BofA Global Research

S&P 500 (SPY) After Hours vs. Regular Trading Performance

S&P 500 (SPY) After Hours vs. Regular Trading Performance This year, market returns were achieved during regular trading hours. Buying the open (SPY) and selling the close: +16.9% YTD (for informational purpose only, not investment advice). Image: Bespoke Investment Group

Consumer Confidence Index vs. S&P 500

Consumer Confidence Index vs. S&P 500 This chart highlights the current wide divergence between the Consumer Confidence Index and the S&P 500. Image: Piper Sandler

S&P 500 and Forward Earnings per Share (EPS Estimate)

S&P 500 and Forward Earnings per Share (EPS Estimate) The S&P 500 keeps moving higher, as 12-month forward earnings estimates are no longer declining for the first time since early March. Image: Hondo Tomasz

S&P 500 at 3000 and U.S. Government Spending as % of GDP

S&P 500 at 3000 and U.S. Government Spending as % of GDP According to BofA, maximum government spending, maximum liquidity and the current fiscal stimulus explain why the S&P 500 is at 3,000. Image: BofA Research Investment Committee

S&P 500 Level and EPS

S&P 500 Level and EPS Goldman Sachs has set a price target of 3000 by the end of 2020. S&P 500 EPS could fall to $110 this year. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research