Dear Investors and Advisers,
Air turbulence is a normal part of flying, market volatility is a normal part of investing, though that does not make it any less anxiety-producing for investors even though we landed at a profit week. Investors experienced their own version of turbulence in the markets last week as the S&P 500 swung from being down by as much as 2.9% due to trade uncertainties to up 1.5% as new tariffs were delayed until the end of the year, only to fall again due to pessimism stirred by negative signals from Germany and China of slowing global growth. Bond yields also dropped unexpectedly, as 30-year Treasury rates fell to the lowest level in history. By the end of the week stocks had climbed from their lows and the 30-year yield had edged up only slightly from 1.95% to 2%. And here is an overview of what our 3rd generation A.I did for the week.
19 Dec 2018
Days from start
The FXVNOL team
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