The level of volatility in the S&P 500 has of late shown more variability than small caps stocks. Between the devaluation of the Chinese yuan and the strengthening dollar, it seems we are defying the physics of financial laws. There is a lot of noise in the markets at the moment and the trading volumes are significantly higher in your large cap stocks, than your small caps, which could explain some of the large swings in the buy and sell numbers of large cap stocks. Is it all really just noise? Should we consider adjusting our financial models and base assumptions or is this just a major anomaly at this point in time?