S&P 500 Volatility Eases As Investors Focus On 2021-Q2

With no new Lévy flight events, the first week of February 2021 saw volatility ease for the S&P 500 (Index: SPX).

From the perspective of the dividend futures-based model, that means the week ended as it began, with investors maintaining their forward-looking focus on 2021-Q2 throughout the week. The latest update to the alternative futures spaghetti forecast chart shows the S&P 500 following the trajectory associated with investors focusing on 2021-Q2 in setting current day stock prices.

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Alternative Futures - S&P 500 - 2021Q1 - Standard Model (m=+1.5 from 22 September 2020) - Snapshot on 5 Feb 2021

That's pretty much the week in a nutshell! Here are the week's more significant headlines, where there was no new information to prompt investors to alter their future time horizon.

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