Dollar Dumps In April As S&P Does Something It’s Never Done Before

April saw gold, bonds, and stocks (The Dow) all rise around 2% while the dollar fell around 2% against its fiat peers

All major US equity indices ended April higher with Nasdaq 100 leading the way and Small Caps lagging…

And while the 5%-ish gain for the month in S&P is notable, during 18 sessions this month through trading on Thursday, 95% or more of the index’s members traded above their 200-day moving average.

That’s the most days ever observed in a single calendar month and double the previous high of nine days in September 2009.