Jekyll and Hyde is a pop culture reference used to describe a stock market with a ‘split personality’. Jekyll is the "good" market – predictable and conducive, while Hyde is the "bad" character – volatile, unstable, unpredictable and harms to investors.
JEKYLL AND HYDE
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