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This past October, the stock market was significantly influenced by macroeconomic factors, particularly the rise in interest rates. At its worst, the S&P 500 declined nearly 6 percentage points from its intra-month high to the low. However, with a robust rebound in stocks during the final days of the month, the decline in October was narrowed to 2.2%. In terms of sectors, Utilities reversed its previous months' downturn and stood out as the only sector to register growth in October. In contrast, Energy was the biggest laggard, with a decline of 6.1% for the month.

As we observe incremental signs of selling trend exhaustion and a sharp market rebound, we continue to maintain a constructive outlook towards the year-end. Of course, in line with the change of market dynamics, adjustments have been made in our sector allocation for November. However, keep in mind, our allocation goal is always with a long-term perspective. As a result, the adjustments we make in our monthly updates are generally smaller.

Firstly, let's discuss each sector ETF allocation in detail.

Energy - Overweight (Lee) & Neutral (Newton)Energy has the most significant change in our sector allocation this month. ...

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