The Best Year-End Strategy May be to Invest by the Book

posted 11/17/2011 in General

Market Commentary Highlights...
  • All of the time-worn stock market trading axioms based on the calendar actually were worth following this year, including the "January effect", "sell in May and go away" and October the "bear killer" month.
  • This textbook pattern of calendar-driven performance by the stock market may mean that the best year-end strategy is to invest by the book as a "Santa Claus rally" unfolds in December.
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