S&P 500 Price to Book Value vs. Future Returns

S&P 500 Price to Book Value vs. Future Returns The current S&P 500 price to book value suggests that equity market returns will be low over the next 10 years (R² = 0.86). Image: Tomasz Hońdo

Golden Cross Materializes in S&P 500 Price Action

Golden Cross Materializes in S&P 500 Price Action JPMorgan’s Philip Camporeale and David Kotok, CIO at Cumberland Advisors, discuss the late cycle euphoria. Rally in equities continues until it stops!

Valuation – S&P 500 Forward Price-to-Earnings

Valuation – S&P 500 Forward Price-to-Earnings Is the S&P 500 valuation stretched? Valuations are currently the highest since early 2018. Image: SunTrust Private Wealth Management

Valuation – Commodity Prices Relative to S&P 500

Valuation – Commodity Prices Relative to S&P 500 Chart suggesting that commodity prices have never been more depressed relative to stocks, since the late 90’s. Image: U.S. Global Investors

S&P 500 Bottom-Up Target Price

S&P 500 Bottom-Up Target Price Industry analysts in aggregate expect the S&P 500 to rise 13.0% over the next 12 months. Image: FactSet

S&P 500 Sales Growth vs. Oil Price

S&P 500 Sales Growth vs. Oil Price This chart shows the good correlation between S&P 500 sales growth and the price of oil. Image: J.P. Morgan