Investor Sentiment – U.S. Market Greed/Fear Index

Investor Sentiment – U.S. Market Greed/Fear Index The Market Greed/Fear Index, currently at 78.73, indicates optimistic investor sentiment in the U.S. stock market, signaling a greedy market. Image: Real Investment Advice

Fear & Greed Index – Investor Sentiment

Fear & Greed Index – Investor Sentiment With the Fear & Greed Index at 41, the market sentiment reflects a fear-driven environment, likely to result in more cautious investor behavior and a potential reduction in risk appetite. Image: Cable News Network

Fear & Greed Index

Fear & Greed Index The Fear & Greed Index drops to extreme fear levels. Is this a market bottom signal? Image: Cable News Network

Are Fears About an Imminent Recession Overblown?

Are Fears About an Imminent Recession Overblown? Historically, a recession is coming when the Leading Index for the United States is below 1. Today, it stands at 1.37. “The leading index for each state predicts the six-month growth rate of the state’s coincident index. In addition to the coincident index, the models include other variables…

Fear & Greed Index vs. S&P 500 RSI

Fear & Greed Index vs. S&P 500 RSI Chart suggesting a good correlation between the Fear & Greed Index and the S&P 500’s RSI. Image : CNN and MacroTechnicals

Fears of Global Recession

Fears of Global Recession The latest BofAML’s European credit investor survey shows that fears of global recession have risen to 42%. Image: BofA Merrill Lynch