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“The S&P 500 is set to end 2018 down nearly 7 percent. The fourth-quarter sell-off flies in the face of history, as the last three months are typically the strongest time of the year for the markets.CNBC

  1. What factors caused such a historic turn?
  2. Can the government be to blame?
  3. Or are the ebbs and flows in D.C. irrelevant?
  4. Perhaps recent increase in prime rates are to blame…
  5. Or it’s just consumer behavior…
  6. …or a combination of all factors.

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