5% Pullbacks per Year for the S&P 500 Index

5% Pullbacks per Year for the S&P 500 Index Since 1950, the average number of 5% pullbacks per year in the S&P 500 Index is 3. Will pullbacks be short-lived this year? Image: LPL Financial LLC

S&P 500 30% Pullbacks

S&P 500 30% Pullbacks It took only 22 trading days for the S&P 500 to fall 30% from its record high. Image: CNBC

S&P 500 Total Return and Maximum Pullback

S&P 500 Total Return and Maximum Pullback In 2019, the S&P 500’s pullback (from peak to trough) of 6.8% was one of the smallest pullbacks in recent history. Image: Ryan Detrick, LPL Financial LLC

S&P 500 5% Pullbacks per Year

S&P 500 5% Pullbacks per Year Since 1990, the average number of 5% pullbacks in the S&P 500 Index per year is 3.3. Currently, 2019 has two pullbacks of 5%. Image: LPL Financial LLC

S&P 500 Largest Pullbacks in the First Five Months of Each Year

S&P 500 Largest Pullbacks in the First Five Months of Each Year Over the last 50 years, the S&P 500 has performed the first five months of the year without a decline of at least a 2.5% pullback only once in 1995. Is a pullback for U.S. stocks approaching? Image: J.P. Morgan See S&P 500 Intra-Year…

S&P 500 Sector Return Dispersion

S&P 500 Sector Return Dispersion J.P. Morgan expects rates will increase into year-end, which could contribute to a meaningful pullback in the S&P 500. Image: J.P. Morgan Asset Management

S&P 500 and U.S. Total Margin Debt

S&P 500 and U.S. Total Margin Debt Margin debt in U.S. equities has reached new high. Could the level of margin debt presage a market pullback? Image: Topdown Charts