S&P 500 Performance and Risk Appetite Indicator

S&P 500 Performance and Risk Appetite Indicator This chart suggests that the S&P 500 has historically recovered, after the Risk Appetite Indicator falls below -2. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

S&P 500 Returns in Recessions since 1928

S&P 500 Returns in Recessions since 1928 Currently, the S&P 500 is in the middle of the distribution of selloffs seen historically around previous recessions. Image: Deutsche Bank Asset Allocation

Different Type of Bear Markets

Different Type of Bear Markets Historically, event-driven bear markets see falls of 29% on average, last 9 months and recover within 15 months. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

S&P 500 and NYSE Down Volume Ratio

S&P 500 and NYSE Down Volume Ratio Four of the past nine days have seen NYSE down volume ratio above 88%. Historically, the S&P 500 rallied every time over the next year, with a median return of 24.3% since 1962. Image: Sentimentrader

S&P 500 Decline and P/E Change in Recessions

S&P 500 Decline and P/E Change in Recessions Historically, following a recession, the S&P 500 fall by a median of 22% from peak to trough and S&P multiples contract by a median of 21%. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

Gold Prices during U.S. Recessions

Gold Prices during U.S. Recessions Historically, gold prices have performed fairly well on average during U.S. recessions. Image: Nordea and Macrobond