Three months in, an odd mix of leading sectors
Three months after the S&P 500 bottomed in June, an unusual mix of leaders and laggards has emerged. Discretionary stocks don't often lead along with Utilities, but that's what we've seen. An analysis of most-correlated bottoms shows this isn't necessary a bad thing, and the inverse hasn't been a good thing.
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