HUGE SELLOFF of Tech Stocks as Fed Reduces Corporate Bond ETF Purchases. Coincidence?

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Stocks have been fluctuating wildly. But is it a coincidence that the Fed reduced their rapid ascent to more of a stream, right around the time where stocks lost their parabolic rise? It’s certainly possible that the market feels it has gone a long way up without a breather and now reassessing the situation. There are many situations which need to be resolved here in 2020 and without more stimulus, there will be difficulty in finding the broad markets rising.


U.S. Stocks See Third-Biggest Outflow Ever

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