Looking at the last week of a big quarter

This quarter has been among the very best in market history. Since 1928, this currently ranks in the top 10 of all quarters. When we look at how the S&P has fared up to the last week of each quarter, we can see a negative correlation with the return during the last week, potentially a result of rebalancing activity.

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