Here is a decent summary of different instruments that have had negative returns over the last few months. This is all based on a systematic trading engine from another website
he “pain trade” since the start of this year has caused problems with mean-reversion strategies. The S&P 500 has dropped slowly this year, with an average daily return of about -0.2%, and there have only been two potential exit levels in the daily timeframe after March 30. In the weekly timeframe, the index has been down seven weeks in a row with no offer of exit levels. The last time there was a 7-week losing streak in the S&P 500 was on March 21, 2001, and afterward, there was a relief rally. However, after the relief rally, the bear market resumed.
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