Jul 1, 2016
The results are in for June and if you're a lover of volatility then you're quite happy for sure. The share markets continued their upward trajectory, Brexit be damned. The metals were just stellar, continuing the bull market that started in January, with silver putting in a big performance. While the money markets were relatively subdued, Bitcoin was up a whopping 62 percent for the quarter and 10 Year Treasury yields hit levels not seen in a long time. Energy recovered well in the quarter with the exception of Uranium, which hit new lows. This may be the first year in a long time where it didn't pay to sell in May and go away.