Market regime

Can be defined in terms of economic, regulatory, political or other factors which dominate financial markets for a period of time. Trading/ investment strategies which work in a market regime may not work in another. Market regime changes occur, for example, when there is a significant deterioration in the economy or increase in asset price volatility, followed by action by central banks, governments or other large players in the economy.

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