Both the S&P500 and the US 10-Year have a negative return in 2022. It would be very rare for both indexes to end the year negative based on historical data.
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Since 1928, the S&P500 and the US 10 Year Treasury Bond have both finished the year with a negative return only 4 times.
Source: NYU Stern & Factset
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