After an accelerated recovery the previous week, most US stocks stepped off and took a swift dive
Small Cap Value suffered a 7.74% fall, closely followed by Mid Cap Value at 7.23%
Small Cap Growth, Mid Cap Growth, Large Cap Value and Health Care also fell in a 5% to nearly 7% range
However, in the midst of all the red, Bonds and Treasuries stepped forward to shine.
TIPS were up the most at just over 1% YTD
International Bonds +0.92%
And, Intermediate Term Treasuries came up just over 0.5%
So what caused all this ruckus when things seemed to be going so well? Of course, virus fears and civil unrest have likely contributed. But we believe the Fed’s choice to leave interest rates alone was a little TOO much good news to handle.
Have a great weekend!
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