S&P 500 30% Pullbacks

S&P 500 30% Pullbacks It took only 22 trading days for the S&P 500 to fall 30% from its record high. Image: CNBC

5% Pullbacks per Year for the S&P 500 Index

5% Pullbacks per Year for the S&P 500 Index Since 1950, the average number of 5% pullbacks in the S&P 500 Index per year is 3. This is the first 5% pullback this year. Image: LPL Financial LLC

S&P 500 Total Return and Maximum Pullback

S&P 500 Total Return and Maximum Pullback In 2019, the S&P 500’s pullback (from peak to trough) of 6.8% was one of the smallest pullbacks in recent history. Image: Ryan Detrick, LPL Financial LLC

S&P 500 5% Pullbacks per Year

S&P 500 5% Pullbacks per Year Since 1990, the average number of 5% pullbacks in the S&P 500 Index per year is 3.3. Currently, 2019 has two pullbacks of 5%. Image: LPL Financial LLC

S&P 500 Largest Pullbacks in the First Five Months of Each Year

S&P 500 Largest Pullbacks in the First Five Months of Each Year Over the last 50 years, the S&P 500 has performed the first five months of the year without a decline of at least a 2.5% pullback only once in 1995. The US stock market experiences a pullback every year. Even if the S&P…

S&P 500 Index and Margin Debt

S&P 500 Index and Margin Debt Could the level of margin debt in U.S. equity markets presage a market pullback? Image: Morgan Stanley Wealth Management

Hedge Funds and Systematic Investor Positioning

Hedge Funds and Systematic Investor Positioning Hedge funds and systematic investor positioning is low in a long-term historical context. Is any market pullback a buying opportunity? Image: J.P. Morgan Quantitative and Deratives Strategy

Nasdaq 100 Optimism Index

Nasdaq 100 Optimism Index Pullback on the horizon? The Nasdaq 100 Optimism Index’s Average is the highest for the last 20 years. Image: Axios Visuals