Record Deal Vol in April

Noah- Have you looked at two-year stacked data at all for the trailing 12 months? Would be interesting to see what the "smoothed" deal activity looks like, if you consider the current market is driven in some part by pent-up demand vs. last year which of course was completely COVID impacted. Would be curious to see if the combination of 20/21 data (then averaged) outpaces a baseline year such as 2019 (or perhaps the average of 18/19). No question the activity right now is off the charts, but how does it stack up if we take a bigger, backward looking view?
 

Noah Rosenblatt

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Right, so, how about these two looks of the same chart: First one is 3year look showing all months. Second is 1YR view comparison vs 9 year average

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Noah Rosenblatt

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Thanks! If you take the 1,607 contracts this April, plus the ~200 from April '20, your average is ~900. A touch below '18 and '19 April levels. Will be interesting to see how this plays out for the next few months.
very interesting thought experiment Eric! cool stuff
 
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