Valuation – Relative P/E High vs. Low Dividend Yield Stocks

Valuation – Relative P/E High vs. Low Dividend Yield Stocks This chart suggests that stocks that pay large dividends haven’t been so cheap since around 1980, relative to low dividend yield stocks. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

Super-Cycles – Commodities, Stocks, and Bonds

Super-Cycles – Commodities, Stocks, and Bonds The importance of asset allocation and diversification: commodities, stocks, and bonds do not necessarily moved together over the long term. Image: Wells Fargo Investment Institute

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

Value Stocks vs. Low Volatility Stocks

Value Stocks vs. Low Volatility Stocks Chart showing the large divergence between value stocks and low volatility stocks, like never before. Image: J.P. Morgan

Bull Market – U.S. Stocks-to-Bonds Ratio

Bull Market – U.S. Stocks-to-Bonds Ratio Chart showing the bull market in the U.S. stocks-to-bonds ratio. So far, the long-term support has held well. Image: BCA Research

Valuation – Value vs. Momentum Stocks

Valuation – Value vs. Momentum Stocks Chart suggesting that value stocks are currently very cheap vs. momentum stocks. The relative forward P/E of value vs. momentum is at two standard deviations below the average. Image: BofA Merrill Lynch US Equity & Quant Strategy