Quarter Ends Well Despite Trade War, Inverted Yield Curve & Political Crisis
Published Friday, September 27, 2019 at: 7:00 AM EDT
Despite frightful financial news, the third quarter of 2019 ended with American stocks just 1.5% off its all-time high on July 26th.
Over the last 12 months, which includes a -19.8% bear market loss last Christmas, the Standard & Poor's returned +2.1% in value.
Year to date, the S&P 500 returned 19%, despite rising fears over the: U.S. political crisis trade confrontation with China inversion of the yield curve growing chorus of recession predictions
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