NAAIM Exposure Index – Investor Sentiment​

NAAIM Exposure Index – Investor Sentiment The National Association of Active Investment Managers Exposure Index represents the two-week moving average exposure to U.S. equity markets reported by NAAIM members. The NAAIM Exposure Index drops to 72%. NAAIM members are slightly less bullish than last week. Image: National Association of Active Investment Managers (NAAIM)

Market Sentiment Indicators

Market Sentiment Indicators Chart showing that market sentiment indicators are improving significantly. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

U.S. Consumer Sentiment

U.S. Consumer Sentiment The University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index is more sensitive to financial markets, whereas the Conference Board Index reflects labor market conditions. Image: J.P. Morgan

Sentiment on Durable Goods Purchases Lead the Unemployment Rate

Sentiment on Durable Goods Purchases Lead the Unemployment Rate This chart suggests that sentiment on durable goods purchases lead the unemployment rate by 12 months, and that the U.S. economy seems to be moving into the late phase of its business cycle. Image: Deutsche Bank Global Research

GS Sentiment Indicator

GS Sentiment Indicator Are investors be too bullish? Currently, the GS Sentiment Indicator is above average at 1.2 standard deviations. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

Gold Sentiment at Annual High

Gold Sentiment at Annual High The gold price ‘risk radar’ index is flashing red (-2.1 standard deviations). Image: Sentix, Bloomberg Finance L.P.