Tuesday, February 21, 2017

01/16 #Seasonality #Stocks, #Gold, #Silver and #Bonds

Stocks, bonds, commodities follow seasonal tendencies or cycles that give rise to trading adages such as Sell in May and Go Away. A detailed correlation study US stock total return indices (capital appreciation plus dividend reinvestment) from 1925 to the presents suggests that the old stock adage should renamed to sell a little in March, more in June, then go away. While Sell in May and Go Away is easier to remember, it generally misses some extra profit potential up to the summer session.

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