Short Interest as % of Market Capitalization S&P 500 Median

Short Interest as % of Market Capitalization S&P 500 Median Despite the rising median short interest in the S&P 500, the level of 1.9% remains relatively low, suggesting that market participants are positive or cautiously optimistic about the future performance of the stock market. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

Median S&P 500 Stock Short Interest as % of Market Capitalization

Median S&P 500 Stock Short Interest as % of Market Capitalization The S&P 500’s median short interest level remains low at 1.8%, suggesting that market participants are generally optimistic, or at least, not strongly bearish about the future performance of the S&P 500. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

S&P 500 Valuation – Real Market Capitalization to Real GDP Ratio

S&P 500 Valuation – Real Market Capitalization to Real GDP Ratio The inflation-adjusted market capitalization to GDP ratio is a valuable tool to evaluate the U.S. stock market’s valuation. The high current ratio implies a potential overvaluation. Image: Real Investment Advice

Global Stock Market Capitalization

Market Capitalization History has shown that betting against America has never been a wise choice. Can investors anticipate the U.S. equity market to continue outperforming the European and Asian equity markets? Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

Valuation – U.S. Equity Market Capitalization to GDP

Valuation – U.S. Equity Market Capitalization to GDP The U.S. equity market cap to GDP ratio is near an all-time high at approximately 187%, suggesting a significant overvaluation of the U.S. stock market. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

Sector Composition of the S&P 500 by Equity Capitalization

Sector Composition of the S&P 500 by Equity Capitalization S&P 500 sector capitalization has fluctuated widely over time, highlighting the dynamic nature of the market and changing investor preferences. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research