With market turbulence subsiding into a rolling bear market, are investors being complacent? Not quite

//With market turbulence subsiding into a rolling bear market, are investors being complacent? Not quite

With market turbulence subsiding into a rolling bear market, are investors being complacent? Not quite

On December 24 last year, the benchmark S&P 500 equity index stood at its lowest level since April 2017, having plummeted nearly 20 per cent from its record high on September 21. Yet, by December 31, the index had risen 6.5 per cent and has since climbed a further 12.6 per cent, leaving the S&P 500 just 3.7 per cent shy of its all-time high.  The speed and scale of the shift in sentiment – after suffering their worst December since 1931, US stocks roared back in January, enjoying their best…

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