Top 10% of Stocks by Size vs. The Entire U.S. Stock Market

Top 10% of Stocks by Size vs. The Entire U.S. Stock Market The market cap concentration among the top 10% largest U.S. stocks raises concerns about the lack of diversification and its impact on market stability. If these stocks perform poorly, significant risks may emerge. Image: Deutsche Bank

Flow into U.S. Small Cap Stocks

U.S. Small Cap Fund Flows The strong inflows to U.S. small-cap funds reflect a positive outlook on the potential of small-cap stocks as an investment opportunity. Image: BofA Global Investment Strategy

U.S. GDP Growth

U.S. GDP Growth The real GDP of the United States has been on an upward trajectory since the 2020 recession, reflecting the nation’s resilience and adaptive capacity in the face of economic challenges. Image: BofA Global Research

Weekly U.S. Equity Fund Flows

Weekly U.S. Equity Fund Flows U.S. equity funds saw significant inflows of $12.71 billion over the past week, reflecting investors’ strong confidence in the potential returns of the U.S. stock market. Image: BofA Global Research

U.S. Economic Growth vs. S&P 500 EPS Growth

U.S. Economic Growth vs. S&P 500 EPS Growth Economic growth is a driver of earnings growth, as it creates opportunities for businesses to expand their operations, increase sales, and generate higher profits. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

U.S. Tech Stocks vs. Global Tech Stocks

U.S. Tech Stocks vs. Global Tech Stocks The remarkable outperformance of U.S. tech stocks underscores the competitive advantage and innovation prowess of U.S. companies, consistently surpassing global peers in growth and market value. Image: Topdown Charts

U.S. Consumer Sentiment

U.S. Consumer Sentiment and Recession In recent months, U.S. consumer sentiment has improved markedly, mainly due to lower inflation, the positive performance of risk assets and a recovery in real income growth. Image: Deutsche Bank

U.S. Stock Market Bull and Bear Indicator

U.S. Stock Market Bull and Bear Indicator Using multiple financial data, this great model helps investors navigate through different market conditions. It suggests whether the U.S. stock market tendency is bullish, bearish or neutral. It is a contrarian indicator. A bullish signal suggests that the U.S. stock market may go up, while a bearish signal…

Investor Sentiment – U.S. Market Greed/Fear Index

Investor Sentiment – U.S. Market Greed/Fear Index The Market Greed/Fear Index is currently at 82.94, which indicates an extreme level of greed in the market. History shows that such excessive greed often foreshadows a market correction. Image: Real Investment Advice