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We are living in historical times.  The S & P 500 has moved a record 4% or more in eight consecutive sessions.  The previous record of six days was set in 1929.  Moreover, yesterday the markets stopped trading twice because of declines.


The volatility in the markets is deafening. Stocks rose yesterday on stimulus hopes and the outcome of Super Tuesday. At the same time, 10-year Treasury yields fell below 1% and the dollar rose as all are waiting for other top economies to follow the Fed’s...

The S & P 500 was on pace for the worst week since the 2008 global financial crisis. The yield on 10- and 30-year Treasury traded again to all-time lows. Fed Funds futures contracts have fully priced a rate cut in April and...