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

Investor Sentiment – U.S. Market Greed/Fear Index The Market Greed/Fear Index, currently at 78.73, indicates optimistic investor sentiment in the U.S. stock market, signaling a greedy market. Image: Real Investment Advice

Market Sentiment Indicator

Market Sentiment Indicator Morgan Stanley’s market sentiment indicator remains neutral, suggesting that investors are neither overly optimistic nor pessimistic about the current market conditions. Image: Morgan Stanley 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…

Ownership Breakdown of the U.S. Equity Market

Ownership Breakdown of the U.S. Equity Market (Share of Corporate Equity Market) U.S. households currently hold the largest share of the US equity market, reflecting their confidence in the stock market. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

S&P 500 – Top 10 U.S. Companies by Market Capitalization Relative to Total

S&P 500 – Top 10 U.S. Companies by Market Capitalization Relative to Total The dominance of the top 10 U.S. companies in the S&P 500 Index by market capitalization can raise concerns about the index’s ability to provide adequate diversification for investors. Image: Strategas Research Partners

List of Signals to Watch for a Market Peak

List of Signals to Watch for a Market Peak According to 10 indicators for market peaks, only 40% are currently triggered, compared to the average of 70% in prior market peaks. This suggests that the market may not have reached its peak yet. Image: BofA US Equity & Quant Strategy

Money Market Fund Assets

Money Market Fund Assets Weekly cash inflows reached $40.4 billion, suggesting continued momentum, though this raises the question of whether a cash bubble may be forming. Image: BofA Global Investment Strategy

Length of Bull Markets and When They Started

Length of Bull Markets and When They Started The current bull market in the U.S., following the historical trend of lasting for an average of five years since 1949, shows no signs of slowing down. Image: Carson Investment Research