I am trying to display the behaviour of an asset as compared to a benchmark across multiple volatility phases. The user should be able to look at these images and tell that the asset generally performs poorly in a certain phase.
For example in the images below "ACC" is the asset and "NIFTY" is the benchmark and it shows that in a "bearish" market (BEAR 1 and 2), the asset does REALLY badly compared to the benchmark as opposed to the "bullish" market (BULL3).
Is there some way to combine BEAR 1 and BEAR 2 into 1 image? Also please note that the phases aren't contiguous so I can't take all of the bear data together into 1 graph (to elucidate, BEAR 1 is from 2008-2009 while BEAR 2 is from 2010-2011, so combining both of them is going to give me a distorted time series ). This way the user can see just 2 graphs indicating performance in "bearish" and "bullish" markets. In my snapshots I have multiple BEAR and BULL phases hence I can't use the format below since there would be just too many images and the user would quickly lose interest.