Markets Snapshot June 14, 2013

These 28 charts covering 46 key asset categories give a year-to-date and a 3-month view of relative dividend adjusted price performance for those categories, in each case compared to the S&P 500 as the benchmark.

Summary observations:

  • the S&P 500 is not at correction level (down about 2.4% from high)
  • emerging markets are correction territory
  • China and Brazil in specific are in correction
  • developed non-US markets are approaching correction territory
  • Japan is in correction after a recent rapid rise
  • frontier markets are doing as well as the S&P 500
  • US dividend stocks are performing similarly to the S&P 500
  • healthcare, cyclicals and financials are the strongest sectors
  • utilities are the weakest sector, but not quite yet in correction territory
  • equity REITs have entered correction territory
  • lumber and copper are in correction
  • gold and silver are in correction
  • bonds are down by amounts similar to their annual yield
  • floating rate bank loans are outperforming fixed rate high yield bonds

The US equity market overall continues to be doing best.

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