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…

Length of Bull Markets and When They Started

Length of Bull Markets and When They Started The current bull market in the U.S. shows no signs of slowing down, following the historical trend of lasting for an average of five years since 1950. Image: Carson Investment Research

AAII U.S. Investor Sentiment Bull – Bear Spread

AAII U.S. Investor Sentiment Bull – Bear Spread The AAII U.S. investor sentiment bull – bear spread has turned positive, indicating an increase in bullish sentiment and a decrease in bearish sentiment among individual investors. Image: The Daily Shot

S&P 500 Bull Markets

S&P 500 Bull Markets The ongoing bull market shows no signs of slowing down. On average, bull markets since 1950 have persisted for nearly five years, delivering an average return of more than 157%. Image: Carson Investment Research

Sentiment – Net Bullish Ratio vs. S&P 500 Index

Net Bullish Sentiment vs. S&P 500 Index The net difference between bulls and bears reflects the overall sentiment and suggests a temporary pullback within a bullish market trend. Image: Real Investment Advice

S&P 500 – Seasonality During Bull vs. Bear Markets

S&P 500 – Seasonality During Bull vs. Bear Markets The sell-in-May effect may be more relevant in bear markets. In bull markets, it may be seen as a missed opportunity for potential gains, given the positive momentum and upward trends typically observed in the market. Image: Topdown Charts

Secular Bull Market Analogs and S&P 500

Secular Bull Market Analogs and S&P 500 Since the Great Recession, U.S. stocks have behaved like a secular bull market, which is characterized by an extended period of growth and rising prices. Image: BofA Global Research

S&P 500 – Secular Bull and Bear Markets

S&P 500 – Secular Bull and Bear Markets The strong performance of the S&P 500 in 2023 and 2024 could be seen as a clear indication of a more sustained secular bull market, potentially extending until the late 2020s and early 2030s. Image: BofA Global Research Click the Image to Enlarge