Is the Halloween Indicator Flashing “Buy” Again This Year?


by Lorimer Wilson


Seasonality tells us that statistically the months from the end of October through the end of April are in fact the best months of the year for investing while the six months from May through October (the “sell in May and go away” strategy), are the worst but is there any validity to what’s sometimes known as “the Halloween indicator?” [Let’s take a look.] Words: 460 Continue to read…


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