U.S. Investement Grade Corporate Bond Spreads

U.S. Investement Grade Corporate Bond Spreads Will U.S. Investment Grade corporate bond spreads remain unchanged for an extended period? Image: BofA Global Investment Strategy

U.S. High Yield Credit Spreads vs. VIX

U.S. High Yield Credit Spreads vs. VIX While low high yield credit spreads and a low VIX suggest positivity, the absence of fear or volatility in the market can sometimes lead to a sense of complacency among investors, causing them to overlook potential risks. Image: Topdown Charts

AAII U.S. Investor Sentiment Bull – Bear Spread

AAII U.S. Investor Sentiment Bull – Bear Spread The AAII U.S. investor sentiment bull – bear spread has turned positive, indicating an increase in bullish sentiment and a decrease in bearish sentiment among individual investors. Image: The Daily Shot

AAII Investor Sentiment Bull Minus Bear Spread

AAII Investor Sentiment Bull Minus Bear Spread The AAII investor sentiment bull minus bear spread, which is in the 91th percentile, raises legitimate concerns that the market may be overheating. Image: Deutsche Bank Asset Allocation

High-Yield (HY) Spread USD

High-Yield (HY) Spread USD Goldman Sachs’ outlook for high-yield spreads over the next 12 months is that they are expected to remain virtually unchanged. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

Investment Grade (IG) Spread

Investment Grade (IG) Spread Goldman Sachs expects Investment Grade (IG) spreads to remain unchanged at the end of 2024. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

GAAP Earnings vs. PPI to CPI Spread

GAAP Earnings vs. PPI to CPI Spread The PPI to CPI spread suggests that there could be ongoing pressure on earnings. Image: Real Investment Advice

U.S. Yield Curve – Which Yield Spread Matters?

U.S. Yield Curve – Which Yield Spread Matters? An inverted yield curve, which has preceded every U.S. recession over the past 50 years, is something that investors should care about. Image: Real Investment Advice

ISM Manufacturing Index vs. U.S. HY – IG Spread

ISM Manufacturing Index vs. U.S. HY – IG Spread The ISM Manufacturing Index in contraction is a sign of a potential recession, while the tight U.S. HY/IG spread suggests continued positive growth. Image: BofA Global Investment Strategy