S&P 500 – Margin Debt vs. Long-Term Trend

S&P 500 – Margin Debt vs. Long-Term Trend A rise in the ratio of margin debt to the S&P 500 market cap could indicate a bullish outlook for the U.S. stock market, potentially signaling confidence in the market’s upward trajectory. Image: Topdown Charts

Deviation of Earnings Above/Below Long Term Growth Trend

Deviation of Earnings Above/Below Long Term Growth Trend The current earnings estimates deviate significantly from the long-term growth trend, causing unease among bullish investors who are concerned about the sustainability and justification of these elevated projections. Image: Real Investment Advice

S&P 500 Index and Trend Line Support

S&P 500 Index and Trend Line Support A drawdown to the long-term trendline from the 2009 lows would be painful for U.S. equity investors. Image: Real Investment Advice

S&P 500 Real Index vs. Exponential Growth Trend

S&P 500 Real Index vs. Exponential Growth Trend Are U.S. stocks in bubble territory? Well, the S&P 500 remains much more extended from its long-term exponential growth trend than in the past. Image: Real Investment Advice

S&P 500 and Long Term Trend Line

S&P 500 and Long Term Trend Line Should investors worry that the S&P 500 is very extended from its long term trend line? Image: Richardson Wealth