There were a lot more tricks than treats for investors this October as the market suffered its worst month since 2011.

The S&P 500 plunged 6.9 percent in October as investors were spooked by tariffs, geopolitical uncertainty and a lack of love for tech. It was the index’s worst month since September 2011 and the worst October since the 2008 financial crisis, when the index plunged 16.9 percent.

“October is living up to its rep,” Howard Silverblatt, S&P Dow Jones indexes senior index analyst, told The Post.

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