Risk Appetite Indicator Level and Momentum Factors

Risk Appetite Indicator Level and Momentum Factors The risk appetite indicator continues to signal a preference for higher-risk investments, indicating a positive market outlook and a risk-on environment. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

U.S. Stock Market Bull and Bear Indicator

U.S. Stock Market Bull and Bear Indicator Using multiple financial data, this great model helps investors navigate through different market conditions. It suggests whether the U.S. stock market tendency is bullish, bearish or neutral. It is a contrarian indicator. A bullish signal suggests that the U.S. stock market may go up, while a bearish signal…

Different Market Sentiment Indicators

Different Market Sentiment Indicators Most market sentiment indicators reflect a growing appetite for risk, signaling an optimistic outlook. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

Sentiment Indicator and Stock Positioning

Sentiment Indicator and Stock Positioning The GS sentiment indicator is stretched, suggesting that market participants are highly optimistic and may have become very bullish. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

Sell Side Consensus Indicator

Sell Side Consensus Indicator The Sell Side Indicator, which tracks Wall Street strategists’ equity allocation, decreased by 33bp in April. The current level suggests that the S&P 500 may experience positive gains over the next 12 months. Image: BofA US Equity and Quant Strategy

Risk Appetite Indicator for Different Asset Classes

Risk Appetite Indicator for Different Asset Classes The strong risk appetite of investors for credit investments indicates their confidence in the potential returns compared to other investment options. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

Fed Funds vs. 2-Year U.S. Treasury Yield (Leading Indicator)

Fed Funds vs. 2-Year U.S. Treasury Yield (Leading Indicator) The 2-year U.S. Treasury yield below the fed funds rate indicates that the Fed’s monetary policy is currently restrictive, which could potentially lead to a slowdown in economic growth. Image: Morgan Stanley Research