Rotation from U.S. Stocks to Rest-of-World

Rotation from U.S. Stocks to Rest-of-World The rotation from U.S. stocks to cheaper global stocks continues, reaching $123 billion recently. Image: BofA Merrill Lynch Global Investment Strategy

Rotation vs. U.S. GDP Growth Forecasts

Rotation vs. U.S. GDP Growth Forecasts Chart suggesting a rotation from growth and quality to value and non-U.S. equities. Image: Jurrien Timmer

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

S&P 500 and Seasonal Rotation Strategy

S&P 500 and Seasonal Rotation Strategy Sell in May and go away? This chart suggests that a rotation between defensive and cyclical sectors was a much better strategy Image: CFRA, S&P Global

U.S. Cyclicals vs. Defensives

U.S. Cyclicals vs. Defensives It’s all about sector rotation: the cyclicals vs. defensives trade is now pricing a growth acceleration. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

U.S. Equity Fund Flows vs. Bonds and Cash

U.S. Equity Fund Flows vs. Bonds and Cash This chart puts into perspective the rotation from equities to bonds and cash, as investors become cautious about further growth. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

Europe’s Stocks Are Really Unloved

Europe’s Stocks Are Really Unloved Europe’s benchmark has lagged other major ones in recent years. But on the positive side: the valuation is low, Europe will not disintegrate, the rotation from bonds to equities has not yet begun, and there is a fairly good growth in 2019. Image: Bloomberg