BofA Bull & Bear Indicator

BofA Bull & Bear Indicator The BofA bull & bear indicator is at 6.9 vs. 6.5 last week. BofA forecasts a price-target for the S&P 500 at 3,333 by March 2020. Image: BofA Global Research

Leading Indicators Are Improving Globally

Leading Indicators Are Improving Globally Leading economic indicators have been improving throughout 2019. This may suggest that global growth is back on track. Image: Richardson GMP

BofA Bull & Bear Indicator History

BofA Bull & Bear Indicator History The BofA bull & bear indicator suggests a neutral signal on stocks. Image: BofA Global Investment Strategy You may also like “BofA Bull & Bear Indicator.”

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

BofA Global Luxury Demand Indicator

BofA Global Luxury Demand Indicator The global luxury demand indicator is now negative and falls to its lowest level since Q2 2016. Image: BofA Global Research

GS Bear Market Risk Indicator

GS Bear Market Risk Indicator The GS Bear Market Risk Indicator points to fading risk, but the current level is still high and suggests low returns. A grey line shows a bear market and/or a recession. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

U.S. Real Yields and Gold (Leading Indicator)

U.S. Real Yields and Gold (Leading Indicator) Chart suggesting that real yields could fall further, either through lower rates or higher inflation expectations. Image: Bloomberg