S&P 500 Index Corrections

S&P 500 Index Corrections Since 1980, the S&P 500 index tends to do well one year and two years after lows. Image: LPL Financial LLC

S&P 500 Bear Market Correction Potential

S&P 500 Bear Market Correction Potential This chart suggests a level of 1800 for the S&P 500 index, assuming 18x trailing earnings and $100/share due to the recession. Image: Real Investment Advice

U.S. Market Corrections since World War II

U.S. Market Corrections since World War II Since World War II, the 26 corrections have an average decline of 13.7% over four months, and have taken four months to recover. Image: CNBC

S&P 500 Drawdowns – Average Corrections since WW2

S&P 500 Drawdowns – Average Corrections since WW2 The recent correction has been sharper than the average since WW2, with the S&P 500 going to correction territory in a few days. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

MSCI ACWI Total Return Index – Rallies and Corrections

MSCI ACWI Total Return Index – Rallies and Corrections Interesting chart showing the deviation of the MSCI AC World Total Return Index against its trend line, like the swing of a pendulum. Image: Fidelity Investments

S&P 500 at Risk of a 10% Correction

S&P 500 at Risk of a 10% Correction If the U.S. economy continues to deteriorate, the S&P 500 Index could fall into a 10% correction in the third quarter, according to Morgan Stanley. Image: Bloomberg

S&P 500 Index – Number of 5% Corrections Per Year

S&P 500 Index – Number of 5% Corrections Per Year Since 1990, there has been an average of 3.3 separate 5% declines for the S&P 500 per year. In a late business cycle, volatility increases. This is why, in 2019, we could see several drops of 5%. Image: LPL Financial LLC