Small Cap Value, the leader at +3.86%, is still in the negative YTD
Small Cap Growth, on the other hand, is finally a positive 2% YTD
Large Cap Value rose the least
Technology and Healthcare also had modest gains, resting after so much growth lately
On the other side of things, REITS began to heal a bit
US REITS came up 4.71%
Foreign RETIS rose 1.53%
Bonds… are back to bobbing along..
TIPS were up a measly 0.18% but are up 9.14% YTD
So why the huge turn this time? One report shows the Consumer Confidence Index is now up higher than since the pandemic began. Fewer people worry that businesses will deteriorate more. Consumer spending is also up 1%, which may not seem like much, but is better than what was expected and represents two-thirds of US economic activity!
Have a great weekend!
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