Volatility Divergence – VIX vs. MOVE

Volatility Divergence – VIX vs. MOVE When MOVE is below the 50th percentile and VIX is above the 80th percentile, the average annualized S&P 500 price performance has been close to +21% compared to just over +7% the rest of the time. Image: Bloomberg

Valuation – 12-Month Forward P/E Ranges (MSCI Regions)

Valuation – 12-Month Forward P/E Ranges (MSCI Regions) The current divergence of U.S. stock market valuations from historical averages has raised concerns about the sustainability of elevated levels and the potential for future market corrections. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

S&P 500 McClellan Oscillator

S&P 500 McClellan Oscillator The bullish divergence in the S&P 500 McClellan oscillator implies underlying buying pressure, signaling positivity for U.S. stocks and increasing the likelihood of a market reversal or bounce back. Image: BofA Global Research