S&P 500 Returns in Recessions since 1928

S&P 500 Returns in Recessions since 1928 Currently, the S&P 500 is in the middle of the distribution of selloffs seen historically around previous recessions. Image: Deutsche Bank Asset Allocation

S&P 500 Returns and Fed Balance Sheet

S&P 500 Returns and Fed Balance Sheet This chart suggests the positive relationship between the Fed’s balance sheet expansion and S&P 500 returns. Image: Morgan Stanley Research

S&P 500 Return in First Five Days vs. the Full Year

S&P 500 Return in First Five Days vs. the Full Year Since 1950, when the stock market finished the first five days higher, the S&P 500 has been positive 82% of the time at year-end, with an average gain of 13.6%. Image: CNBC