Two factors could spark some year-end volatility: tax lost harvesting opportunities and the Federal Reserve's expected rate hike in December.
"I think we could see a little volatility through the end of the year," said Jay Jacobs, VP of Research at Global X Funds. "A couple of things people are looking at are tax loss harvesting opportunities and there are not a lot of them."
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