S&P 500 Index Max Pullback per Calendar Year

S&P 500 Index Max Pullback per Calendar Year Being prepared for market volatility is crucial for wealth creation. Since 1980, the peak-to-trough pullback within a given year has averaged 14.2% for the S&P 500 index. Image: Carson Investment Research

S&P 500 – Duration of 5%+ Pullbacks

S&P 500 – Duration of 5%+ Pullbacks Typically, S&P 500 pullbacks of 5% or more tend to persist for an average of 28 days. Image: Deutsche Bank Asset Allocation

S&P 500 – Magnitude of 5%+ Pullbacks

S&P 500 – Magnitude of 5%+ Pullbacks When pullbacks of 5% or more occur, historical data shows that the S&P 500 has experienced an average decline of -10.2% from its peak. Image: Deutsche Bank Asset Allocation

Pullbacks on the S&P 500

Pullbacks on the S&P 500 5%+ pullbacks are very common and can provide a good entry point to the U.S. stock market. Image: BofA US Equity & Quant Strategy

S&P 500 Index Pullback

S&P 500 Index Pullback Investors were all-in on the U.S. stock market this year. Is a major pullback on the horizon? Image: Bloomberg

S&P 500 and Pullbacks

S&P 500 and Pullbacks When should equity investors expect a major pullback? Image: Bloomberg

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 per year in the S&P 500 Index is 3. Will pullbacks be short-lived this year? Image: LPL Research