S&P 500 (SPY) After Hours vs. Regular Trading Performance

S&P 500 (SPY) After Hours vs. Regular Trading Performance This year, market returns were achieved during regular trading hours. Buying the open (SPY) and selling the close: +16.9% YTD (for informational purpose only, not investment advice). Image: Bespoke Investment Group

Inflation in this Cycle (DM GDP Deflator)

Inflation in this Cycle (DM GDP Deflator) Morgan Stanley expects the return of inflation after the Great COVID-19 Recession (GCR). Image: Morgan Stanley Research

Equity Performance by Credit Rating

Equity Performance by Credit Rating This chart shows the impact of credit ratings on stock returns since the beginning of the year. Image: Ken Fisher, Fisher Investments

S&P 500 with NYSE 90% Up Days

S&P 500 with NYSE 90% Up Days Historically, S&P 500 returns after an NYSE 90% up day are positive 80% of the time after 20 days. Image: BofA Global Research

S&P 500 and 3-Month Seasonality

S&P 500 and 3-Month Seasonality The S&P 500 tends to get a summer rally, as the second strongest 3-month period of the year is June-August, with an average return of 3.05%. Image: BofA Global Research

Breakeven Prices for Existing U.S. Oil Wells

Breakeven Prices for Existing U.S. Oil Wells Breakeven prices for existing U.S. oil wells highlights that the current WTI oil price is too low for oil companies to make a decent return. Image: Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Energy Survey

S&P 500 – Weekly Equity Fund Flow

S&P 500 – Weekly Equity Fund Flow Unusual weekly equity fund outflows increase the likelihood of a positive return over the next 1 to 12 months. Image: Sentimentrader