Tag Archives: Market Volatility

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Cumberland Advisors Market Commentary – Market Volatility/Leveraged Volatility/Sector Alpha Portfolios – 2020Q1 Review

Author: Leo Chen, Ph.D., Post Date: March 19, 2020
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Following the S&P 500’s outstanding performance in 2019, the continual all-time highs in the first quarter of 2020 were short-lived. Just days after the Dow soared to within 500 points of 30,000, the coronavirus outbreak brought the US equity market down by 30%, precipitating the fastest bear market in history in terms of number of […]

Cumberland Advisors Special Update on Market Conditions, Bonds & Equities

Author: Matthew McAleer, Post Date: March 11, 2020
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Dear Clients & Friends, We bring you this midweek update video discussing current market conditions and how we are positioning portfolios.   John offers his insights into how the bond market is behaving and Matt weighs in on what’s happening in the equities market. There is a lot of volatility at work. Please reach out […]

4Q2019 Review – Market Volatility / Leveraged Volatility / Sector Alpha Portfolios

Author: Leo Chen, Ph.D., Post Date: December 31, 2019
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4Q 2019 Review: Market Volatility / Leveraged Volatility / Sector Alpha Portfolios The S&P 500 has had a tremendous melt-up in the fourth quarter of 2019. With the Federal Reserve’s cutting rates for the third time in October and the easing of trade tensions between the US and China, it is not surprising that the […]

Cumberland Advisors Market Commentary – 3Q2019 Review – Market Volatility ETF

Author: Leo Chen, Ph.D., Post Date: September 26, 2019
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Although the S&P 500 made new highs after the Federal Reserve cut interest rates in 2018 for the first time since the Great Recession, the hawkish rate cut was not enough to sustain the market rally, which was derailed by additional tariffs that President Trump announced on August 1st on $300 billion of Chinese imports. […]