All-or-nothing days keep adding up
So far this year, investors have bought or sold an overwhelming number of S&P 500 stocks on 70 days. That's among the most since 1928. Even more notably, 27 of those days were all-or-nothing. Years with similar swings tended to see losses through September, then rebounds in the month(s) ahead.
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