Just 4 Companies Account For 67% Of The S&P 500’s YTD Returns
Submitted by Nicholas Colas of DataTrek Research
In mid-December 2019 we published a list of the 11 worst performing names in the S&P 500. The purpose of that exercise was twofold. First, buying the laggards at the end of a calendar year into tax loss selling anticipating a bounce in the New Year is a common hedge fund strategy – a turbo-charged play on the January Effect. Second, any big loser that does not...
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