S&P 500 Returns During Earnings Season

S&P 500 Returns During Earnings Season The S&P 500 typically rallies during earnings season, with a median average return of 2.1%. Image: Deutsche Bank Asset Allocation

S&P 500 Return After Corrections

S&P 500 Return After Corrections Historically, once corrections end, the S&P 500 tends to be positive over 12 and 24 months. Image: LPL Financial LLC Click the Image to Enlarge  

S&P 500 Returns and Real Rates Correlation

S&P 500 Returns and Real Rates Correlation The correlation between S&P 500 returns and real rates has turned negative. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

Buybacks and S&P 500 Returns

Buybacks and S&P 500 Returns Chart suggesting that there is no evidence that buybacks blackouts represent a risk to markets. Image: BofA Securities