Stock Performance After Yield Curve Inversions


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Stocks' Final Four Factors

Post-Rally Market Pause?

Flat Q1 Earnings Expected

Yield Curve Inversion

S&P Rebound

Stable Earnings Estimates

Large Caps and U.S. Dollar

What's Priced In and What's Not

Seven Is a Lucky Number for U.S. Stocks

Sectors and Q1 Earnings

V-Shaped Stock Market Rebound

New Stock Market Highs

Earnings Growth

Next 6 Months

Compounding Interest

Calm Start to the Year

Sector Performance

China and Japan

Big Starts Can lead to Weak Results

Earnings Recession

Strong Start to the Year

Earnings Estimates

Market Breadth

Healthy Wage

Possible Triple
Bottom Forming?

Not All Bear Markets Are Equal

U.S. Stocks’ Resilience

Big Drops in
Stock Valuations

Lower Stock
Market Valuations

Operating Margins
on the Upswing

Strong but Slower Q4 Earnings Growth

Stocks Gains After Govn't Shutdowns

Brexit and
U.K. Stock Market

British Pound
Showing Some Life

Recent Bounce Could Have Bulls Smiling

End Near for Fed Rate Hike Campaign?

February Can Be Weak for Stocks

Solid but Slower Q4 Earnings Growth

Strong Future

Big Surge in
4-Week Highs

Year to Recapture Pre-Bear Peaks

Bar Lowered for First Quarter

Year of the Pig Returns Strong

January Momentum

10-Year Treasury's Near-Term Upside

NYSE Advance/Decline Line

Overbought Can Be a Good Thing

Stock Returns  When ERP Is Higher

Will 200-Day Moving Average Hold?

June Swoon

Correlations Between Stocks and Bond Yields

Stock Gains in Falling Rate Periods

Earnings Forecast

Initial Fed Rate Cut

Our Views on Equities

Trade Uncertainty Increases Market Volatility

Stock Performance

Sector Performance

This Research material was prepared by LPL Financial, LLC.


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