U.S. Stock Market – Valuation Metric

U.S. Stock Market – Valuation Metric Is the U.S. stock market overvalued? By historical standards, many traditional valuation metrics look expensive. Image: Charles Schwab

Global Stock Market Capitalization

Global Stock Market Capitalization This year, global stock markets have increased $17 trillion in value. Image: Deutsche Bank Global Research

U.S. Stock Market Breadth

U.S. Stock Market Breadth The US stock market breadth is improving and continues to drive stocks higher. Image: Fidelity Investments

Japan Stock Market

Japan Stock Market Japan holds more than 4% of the domestic stock market, making the BoJ the top shareholder of more than 55 companies in the Nikkei 225. Image: Macrobond Financial

U.S. and China Stock Markets

U.S. and China Stock Markets U.S. and China stock markets are both higher year-to-date, amid the trade war. Image: Danske Bank Research

U.S. Stock Market – Earnings and Valuation

U.S. Stock Market – Earnings and Valuation The valuation is high relative to history, but not near historical extremes. The U.S. stock market should remain under pressure until Q3 earnings season. Image: Fidelity Investments