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. Currently, the NAAIM Exposure Index stands at 57% (median exposure at 80%). Picture source: National Association of Active Investment Managers (NAAIM)

China A-shares Held by Foreign Investors

China A-shares Held by Foreign Investors Despite the opening of the Chinese financial markets, foreign investors hold just 3% of of all China A-shares. Picture source: The Institute of International Finance

Investor Allocation by Region in the U.S.

Investor Allocation by Region in the U.S. This chart is a good example of investment bias and shows the likelihood of owning stocks in an industry vs. national average. Picture Source: J.P. Morgan Asset Management

Weekly AAII Investor Sentiment Survey

Weekly AAII Investor Sentiment Survey Bulls push above bears, but when doubt and fear are still present, it does not usually look like a major market top. Picture source: Reuters

Investors Preference for U.S. Bond Funds

Investors Preference for U.S. Bond Funds Investors rush back into U.S. Treasury ETFs as trade and growth fears rise. Picture source: Arbor Research & Trading LLC

What is the Biggest Risk Right Now for Investors?

What is the Biggest Risk Right Now for Investors? What is the Biggest Risk Right Now for Investors? The risk of a Fed policy error The probability of a Fed rate cut in July 2019 is now 84.6%. Picture source: Bloomberg

Should Investors Be Concerned About Rising Oil Prices?

Should Investors Be Concerned About Rising Oil Prices? Because the U.S. becomes entirely self-sufficient, it helps to contain oil prices in the long-term. Cheap oil is good for global economic growth, business and consumers. Picture source: J.P. Morgan Asset Management