S&P 500 Index Return – >10% S&P 500 Gains in November and December

S&P 500 Returns After >10% Gain in November and December When the S&P 500 posts a gain of more than 10% in November and December, it tends to perform strongly in Q1 and the following 12 months, with an average 19.5% increase in value seen a year later since 1950. Image: Carson Investment Research

S&P 500 Gains Outside Regular Trading Hours

S&P 500 Gains Outside Regular Trading Hours The S&P 500 loves the night, after the market closes. Since 1993, the real profits have come outside regular trading hours. Image: The New York Times, Bespoke Investment Group

S&P 500 Performance After >19% Gains in Three Months

S&P 500 Performance After >19% Gains in Three Months According to historical data, when the S&P 500 posts a gain of more than 19% in three months, it suggests a bullish outlook over the next 12 months, with a median return of 16.1% since 1950. Image: Carson Investment Research

20% Yearly Gains for the S&P 500 Index and What Happened Next

20% Yearly Gains for the S&P 500 Index and What Happened Next A significant annual gain of 20% in the S&P 500 index is often indicative of continued positive performance in the following year, with a median return of 12.1% seen a year later since 1950. Image: Carson Investment Research

S&P 500 Performance After a Monthly Gain of >8%

S&P 500 Performance After a Monthly Gain of >8% Historically, when the S&P 500 gains more than 8% in a month, it tends to perform well in the following 12 months. On average, it has seen a 15.8% increase in value a year later. Image: Carson Investment Research