“Investors in just a few weeks will have the opportunity to bet on one of the strongest seasonal patterns of the entire calendar.” Today’s article examines the so-called Halloween Indicator, which is “based on the historical tendency for stocks to produce the bulk of their gains between Halloween and May Day (the so-called winter months), and to barely tread water the other six months of the year (the “summer” months). Unlike most other alleged patterns that capture Wall Street’s attention, this one appears to be genuine”, so how can investors exploit this seasonal pattern other than simply “selling in May and going away” for the next six months? CLICK HERE to see what strategies the author recommends.
Sell In May And Go Away! Or Maybe Not.
- by Bob Mitchell