A front-loaded rally as gains peter out

In the 30 days that stocks have rallied from the March low, gains have been large - historic, even. But almost all of them came during the first 15 days of the rally. In the second 15 days, the S&P 500 has made barely any progress. That raises the potential that buyers have become exhausted. Historically, front-loaded rallies have not performed worse than ones that were more back-loaded.

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