Cumberland Advisors Market Commentary – Echoes of 1968

Brent Donnelly is a good friend and fellow camper at Leen’s Lodge. He is also a highly respected senior FX dealer at HSBC New York and the author of The Art of Currency Trading and the daily FX commentary AM/FX. On September 3, Brent penned “Echoes of ’68,” a thought-provoking comparison of the years 1968 (remember that doozy?) and 2020. Did you know that ’68 included a global pandemic that killed 4 million, including 100,000 Americans? The similarities between the two years in the economy and markets are striking, too.
 
Here is Brent’s complete “Echoes of ’68,” redistributed with his kind permission. Thank you, Brent.

Click the image or this link to read “Echoes of ’68”: https://www.cumber.com/pdf/AMFX-Echoes-of-1968-03SEP2020-Brent-Donnelly.pdf

Echoes of 1968 by Brent Donnelly
 

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