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Chart Views - 3 Key Stock and 3 Key Bond Categories

While there is much on the fundamental front to watch and discuss, these chart observations for six key asset categories are a good proxy for what is happening at the moment, whether or not it coincides with views of what ought to be happening in response to fundamental issues.

We should not be transfixed with fear as a result of a past that is gone by, and should not avoid decision or action because of an "analysis paralysis" over a future which has not yet arrived. All we really know for sure is what is happening in the present. The charts in this report help gain perspective on the present state of the markets.

The six key asset categories are: equities and bonds for each of US markets, non-US developed markets, and emerging markets.

Chart Views - 3 Key Stock and 3 Key Bond Categories

 

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