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The Last Time The Market Did This Was After Kennedy's Assassination

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There have only been eight moves of at least 1% for the S&P 500 Index so far this year - the least since 13 in 1995. The all-time record was an incredible three in 1963.

What about a big move? The last time the S&P 500 moved at least 4% was nearly six years ago.

In fact, the S&P 500 had four consecutive days with 4% (or greater) changes in August 2011. Other than 2008 and the crash of ’87, that is the only other time since the Great Depression to see four consecutive 4% changes.

That isn’t anything like today’s action...

As the chart below shows, so far in 2017, big moves have been nonexistent; and even 1% changes have been rare.


Meaning logically that the elite are now in total control once again. Still. For the two are the same.

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