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 No one can predict financial economic conditions, but we do know consumer income and spending are...

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