Risk Appetite Indicator Level – Drawdowns and Up Moves

Risk Appetite Indicator Level – Drawdowns and Up Moves Time to reduce risk? When the Risk Appetite Indicator (RAI) level is above 1, near-term returns tend to be lower on average, with larger drawdowns. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

Global PMI and Risk Appetite Indicator

Global PMI and Risk Appetite Indicator When global PMIs are above 50 and rising, risk appetite has been mostly positive. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

S&P 500 Performance and Risk Appetite Indicator

S&P 500 Performance and Risk Appetite Indicator This chart suggests that the S&P 500 has historically recovered, after the Risk Appetite Indicator falls below -2. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

CS Global Risk Appetite Index

CS Global Risk Appetite Index The Credit Suisse Global Risk Appetite Index falls, but is not at panic level. Image: Credit Suisse

Gold and FRB Broad Trade-Weighted Dollar Index

Gold and FRB Broad Trade-Weighted Dollar Index According to BofA, the U.S. dollar debasement is a myth, as it rises and falls with global risk appetite, and has proven its safe haven status. Image: BofA