S&P 500 Performance After New All-Time Highs On All Five Days of the Week

S&P 500 Performance After New All-Time Highs On All Five Days of the Week When the S&P 500 hits new all-time highs on all five days of the week, historical data suggests a bullish outlook over the next 12 months, with a median return of 8.7% since 1950. Image: Carson Investment Research

S&P 500 Performance One Year After >4% Monthly Gains

S&P 500 Performance One Year After >4% Monthly Gains Since 1950, the S&P 500 has never been lower a year after a monthly gain of over 4% in May. This period has been particularly profitable for investors, with an average gain of 20.1%. Image: Carson Investment Research

S&P 500 Performance One Year After 5% Monthly Gains

S&P 500 Performance One Year After 5% Monthly Gains Since 1950, following a monthly gain of over 5% in May, the S&P 500 has never been lower a year later and has, on average, gained 19.9%, making it one of the most profitable periods for investors in the stock market. Image: Carson Investment Research

S&P 500 Performance After Bear (and Near Bear) Markets End

S&P 500 Performance After Bear (and Near Bear) Markets End Historically, the S&P 500 has consistently rebounded and performed strongly after bear markets. It has consistently delivered positive returns in the first and second year of new bull markets since World War II. Image: Carson Investment Research

How the S&P 500 Performance After Big Starts to Previous Election Years

How the S&P 500 Performance After Big Starts to Previous Election Years After a strong start to the election year, the U.S. stock market tends to regain momentum towards the end of Q2 and generally continues to perform well until the end of the year. Image: Carson Investment Research

S&P 500 Performance (May – October) Broken Down by Presidential Cycle

S&P 500 Performance (May – October) Broken Down by Presidential Cycle Sell in May and go away? Since 1950, the S&P 500 has shown an average return of 2.3% during the period from May through October in election years, making it an attractive period for investors. Image: Carson Investment Research

Median S&P 500 Performance

Median S&P 500 Performance Since 2000, the median S&P 500 performance after 6 consecutive declines has been 8.9% over the next 6 months, indicating a potential for a significant rebound and recovery in the stock market. Image: Deutsche Bank

S&P 500 Performance During Election Years in the U.S.

S&P 500 Performance During Election Years The S&P 500 index generally performs poorly until Memorial Day in election years. However, as the year progresses, the market tends to regain momentum and deliver a solid performance. Image: Carson Investment Research

S&P 500 Performance After >25% Gain in 100 Trading Days

S&P 500 Performance After >25% Gain in 100 Trading Days An increase of 25% or more in the S&P 500 within 100 days (using the first signal in a cluster) suggests a positive outlook for the next 12 months, historically resulting in a median gain of 13.4% since 1950. Image: Carson Investment Research