In 1987, the S&P 500 rose 13.2% in January only to face a 25-standard deviations drop in October. The rise this January is the fourth largest since 1960. Are these observations relevant at this juncture?
For more details on 1987 crash and how the 25-standard deviations drop was calculated see this article.
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