U.S. Dollar Cycles

U.S. Dollar Cycles U.S. dollar cycles are persistent and are counted in years. In the absence of a recession in the U.S. in 2020, the strength of the U.S. dollar should continue for some time. Image: Danske Bank

Market Cycle Back Tested over the Years

Market Cycle Back Tested over the Years Chart suggesting that the end of a bull market often occurs when the percentage signals that are bullish fall to 30% or below. Image: Richardson GMP

U.S. Market Cycle Indicators

U.S. Market Cycle Indicators Chart suggesting that the current business cycle’s end is not imminent in the U.S.. The risk of a bear market is low when the number of market cycle indicators is greater than 10. Image: Richardson GMP

Long-Term U.S. Dollar Cycles

Long-Term U.S. Dollar Cycles This chart shows bear and bull cycles in the U.S. dollar. Will the U.S. dollar enter a bear market? Image: Alpine Macro

S&P 500 and Mini-Cycles

S&P 500 and Mini-Cycles Chart suggesting that market participants have started to take into account the start of a fourth mini-cycle. Image: Societe Generale Cross Asset Research

Valuation and Global Asset Price Cycle

Valuation and Global Asset Price Cycle Interesting chart showing the current average overvaluation estimates across equities, bonds and house prices in major advanced economies. Image: Oxford Economics

Super-Cycles – Commodities, Stocks, and Bonds

Super-Cycles – Commodities, Stocks, and Bonds The importance of asset allocation and diversification: commodities, stocks, and bonds do not necessarily moved together over the long term. Image: Wells Fargo Investment Institute