S&P 500 Next Twelve Month Equity Risk Premium

S&P 500 Next Twelve Month Equity Risk Premium Chart suggesting that the S&P 500 NTM equity risk premium remains well above its long-term average. Image: Morgan Stanley Research

Risky Assets Performance and Global Manufacturing PMI

Risky Assets Performance and Global Manufacturing PMI Interesting chart suggesting that risky assets are currently following the typical path when global growth is bottoming. Image: J.P. Morgan Asset Management

Rotation from Safe to Risky Assets

Rotation from Safe to Risky Assets The market is rotating. The chart clearly shows the big rotation taking place from “safe” to “risky” assets since mid-August 2019. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

Goldman Sachs Risk Appetite Indicator

Goldman Sachs Risk Appetite Indicator The Goldman Sachs Risk Appetite Indicator turned positive, suggesting risk-on sentiment resumes. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

U.S. Dollar and S&P 500 Equity Risk Premium

U.S. Dollar and S&P 500 Equity Risk Premium Higher bond yields reduce the S&P 500 equity risk premium, which weakens the U.S. dollar. Image: Morgan Stanley Research

Risk-Adjusted Returns Across the Treasury Strips Curve

Risk-Adjusted Returns Across the Treasury Strips Curve The distribution of strong returns across the Treasury curve has become very tight. Historically, this marks the beginning of the end. Image: Arbor Research & Trading LLC

GS Bear Market Risk Indicator

GS Bear Market Risk Indicator Goldman Sachs’s bear market risk indicator is still at a high level. Above 60 percent, it suggests that investors should be cautious on the market. A blue line shows a bear market and/or a recession. Image: Goldman Sachs

Housing Bubble Risk

Housing Bubble Risk Munich is the city with the highest risk of a housing bubble developing, followed by Toronto, Hong Kong and Amsterdam. Image: Statista