S&P 500 Day of Month Seasonality Returns

S&P 500 Day of Month Seasonality Returns Considering seasonality and the two-week decline, a bounce-back in the S&P 500 this week would not be surprising. Image: BofA Global Research

Seasonality Trends in MSCI AC World Index (Global Equities)

Seasonality Trends in MSCI AC World Index (Global Equities) April is generally considered the most favorable month for world equities, with December coming in as the second best month, implying that investors tend to experience higher returns during these periods. Image: BofA Predictive Analytics

S&P 500 Seasonality

S&P 500 Seasonality Historically, the S&P 500 has tended to rally after Election Day, as uncertainties surrounding policies get resolved. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

Seasonality – S&P 500 Monthly Returns

Seasonality – S&P 500 Monthly Returns Seasonality serves as a valuable tool for assessing probabilities in the stock market. Historically, the month of April has been favorable for U.S. stocks. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

Seasonality – S&P 500 Index Average Monthly Returns

Seasonality – S&P 500 Index Average Monthly Returns Seasonality is a tailwind, as April has been historically a strong month for U.S. stocks in the fourth year of the U.S. presidential cycle. Image: Carson Investment Research

Risk Appetite in Flows After Adjusting for Seasonality and Cyclical Growth

Risk Appetite in Flows After Adjusting for Seasonality and Cyclical Growth The current level of risk appetite indicates significant potential for further expansion, but we are entering a phase characterized by historically low levels of equity inflows, which could have an impact on market dynamics. Image: Deutsche Bank Asset Allocation

S&P 500 – Election Year Seasonality

S&P 500 – Election Year Seasonality During election years, the S&P 500 tends to trend sideways in Q1. Investors are typically cautious about the potential outcomes of the upcoming elections and tend to adopt a more conservative approach. Image: MarketDesk Research

S&P 500 Seasonality

S&P 500 Seasonality Analyzing historical trends can provide investors and traders with valuable insights, as it helps to understand the S&P 500’s past performance in the fourth quarter. Image: Goldman Sachs

Performance – Russell 2000 vs. S&P 500 Seasonality

Performance – Russell 2000 vs. S&P 500 Seasonality Small caps historically tend to outperform the S&P 500 from December to February. Allocating a portion of the portfolio to small cap stocks during this time may benefit investors. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

Seasonality – S&P 500 Index Returns in December

Seasonality – S&P 500 Index Returns in December The S&P 500 has historically performed well in the second half of December, suggesting potential opportunities for investors to capitalize on its positive momentum during this time. Image: Carson Investment Research