Value Stocks vs. Low Volatility Stocks

Value Stocks vs. Low Volatility Stocks Chart showing the large divergence between value stocks and low volatility stocks, like never before. Image: J.P. Morgan

S&P 500 Low Volatility Stocks Are the Best Performing Asset YTD

S&P 500 Low Volatility Stocks Are the Best Performing Asset YTD This chart shows that S&P 500 low volatility stocks are the best performing asset year-to-date (outside of GSCI energy). Actually, high-quality stocks are a good way to protect against a weak economy. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

Volatility – VIX

Volatility – VIX Volatility remains low, typically indicative of bull markets, during which stock prices tend to experience steady increases with fewer significant price fluctuations. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

Annual Equities Fund Flows

Annual Equities Fund Flows Despite market volatility and economic uncertainty, investor appetite for equity funds remains strong, with consistent inflows. Investors remain optimistic about potential returns and long-term growth prospects of equities. Image: BofA Global Investment Strategy