U.S. Market Cycle Indicators

U.S. Market Cycle Indicators Chart suggesting that the current business cycle’s end is not imminent in the U.S.. The risk of a bear market is low when the % of market cycle indicators is greater than 30%. Image: Richardson Wealth

S&P 500 Average Across Market Cycles Since 1973

S&P 500 Average Across Market Cycles Since 1973 This chart puts into perspective the typical phases of the U.S. equity market since 1973. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

IPO Activity and Market Cycle

IPO Activity and Market Cycle IPO activity tends to be slow in the early phases of a new bull market, but that’s not the case today. Image: Richardson Wealth

S&P 500 Total Return – The Market Cycle

S&P 500 Total Return – The Market Cycle Since the March low, the U.S. stock market continues to behave like a secular bull market. Image: Fidelity Investments

Market Cycle Back Tested over the Years

Market Cycle Back Tested over the Years Chart suggesting that the end of a bull market often occurs when the percentage signals that are bullish fall to 30% or below. Image: Richardson Wealth

Investment Legend Howard Marks on Mastering the Market Cycle

Howard Marks: Pattern Recognition In Markets, Portfolio Positioning and Market Cycles (2018) Howard Marks speaks at UCLA Anderson School of Management with Alfred E. Osborne about cyclical indicators and historic market patterns to find opportunities. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ATUoZ6qjpI