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This volatility is typical of bears markets, not bull markets

The rampant volatility of recent weeks – both down AND up – is most commonly found in declining markets.  I posted a more detailed article on the matter at Seeking Alpha.

Below is a chart of the 20 biggest single day (nominal) GAINS in S&P history.  Notice: they have primarily occurred between the top and bottom of bear market cycles.

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