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Recent market volatility makes it easy to forget that just six months ago the markets entered the 10th year in a row of its bull run. At that time, not only were the markets overvalued, but the length of the record-breaking bull run dictated caution. Furthermore, several considerations such as a housing crisis, debt levels,
The S&P 500 is down 34% from its recent February all-time highs. Even a month ago, no one could have predicted the pace and extent of this sell-off. Although news remains heavily tilted towards ‘glass half empty’ surrounding the potential economic impact of the Coronavirus, indicators and fundamentals are showing that many segments of the
Although history tells us that 2020 will see another rise in the markets, there are several contributing factors that may cause 2020 to be a historical outlier. For example, 2020 is unique in that we are currently in a record-breaking bull run. We are in an election year and election years are typically more volatile.