NAAIM Exposure Index – Investor Sentiment​

NAAIM Exposure Index – Investor Sentiment The National Association of Active Investment Managers Exposure Index represents the two-week moving average exposure to U.S. equity markets reported by NAAIM members. Active investment managers are expressing a strong bullish sentiment, as indicated by the current NAAIM Exposure Index of 89.25. This reflects their high confidence in the future trajectory…

FMS Investor Positioning

FMS Investor Positioning In May, FMS investors overweighted their exposure to cash, staples, and bonds, while reducing their exposure to REITs, industrials, and Eurozone. Image: BofA Global Fund Manager Survey

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

Investor Sentiment – U.S. Market Greed/Fear Index With a current value of 68.22, the Market Greed/Fear Index indicates a prevailing sentiment of greed among investors, revealing their appetite for higher risk-taking in the U.S. stock market. Image: Real Investment Advice

Fear & Greed Index – Investor Sentiment

Fear & Greed Index – Investor Sentiment With a reading of 48, the Fear & Greed Index currently suggests a neutral level of market sentiment, indicating a balanced mix of fear and greed among investors. Image: Cable News Network

AAII U.S. Investor Sentiment Bull – Bear Spread

AAII U.S. Investor Sentiment Bull – Bear Spread The AAII U.S. investor sentiment bull – bear spread has turned positive, indicating an increase in bullish sentiment and a decrease in bearish sentiment among individual investors. Image: The Daily Shot

FMS Investors – Biggest “Tail Risk”

FMS Investors – Biggest “Tail Risk” An increasing number of FMS investors view higher inflation as the biggest “tail risk” for the global economy, reflecting their concern regarding its potential negative effects on financial markets and investments. Image: BofA Global Fund Manager Survey

FMS Investors – Net % Expecting Lower Long-Term Rates

FMS Investors – Net % Expecting Lower Long-Term Rates Only 38% of FMS investors expect bond yields to decrease, while the majority anticipate stable or potentially higher bond yields. Image: BofA Global Fund Manager Survey