S&P 500 Equity Risk Premium

S&P 500 Equity Risk Premium Despite potential in U.S. equities, the decline in equity risk premium suggests caution is needed, prompting diversification across asset classes for risk management. Image: BofA Global Research

S&P 500 Equity Risk Premium

S&P 500 Equity Risk Premium Considering the substantial decline in the equity risk premium, which currently stands well below its historical average, should investors approach U.S. equities with caution? Image: BofA US Equity & Quant Strategy

S&P 500 Valuations – Combined P/E Ratio and Equity Risk Premium

S&P 500 Valuations – Combined P/E Ratio and Equity Risk Premium Given the S&P 500’s high P/E ratio, should investors be cautious about U.S. equities? And do they receive adequate compensation for the risk associated with owning U.S. equities rather than bonds? Image: Topdown Charts

U.S. Equity Risk Premium – Long-Term View

U.S. Equity Risk Premium – Long-Term View Should investors approach U.S. equities with caution due to the significant decline in the equity risk premium, which stands well below its historical average? Image: Topdown Charts

S&P 500 Equity Risk Premium

S&P 500 Equity Risk Premium The current multi-decade lows of the S&P 500 equity risk premium suggest that bonds are relatively more attractive than equities. Image: Morgan Stanley Research

Global Market Implied Equity Risk Premiums

Global Market Implied Equity Risk Premiums Equity risk premiums continue to decline fast, particulary in the United States. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

S&P 500 Equity Risk Premium

S&P 500 Equity Risk Premium The equity risk premium suggests that U.S. Treasury bonds may look more attractive relative to U.S. equities. Image: BofA US Equity & Quant Strategy

PMI vs. Equity Risk Premium

PMI vs. Equity Risk Premium The divergence between the ISM PMI and the equity risk premium is significant. Image: Morgan Stanley Research