November is almost over and it’s often stated that November is the start of a historically strong period for the U.S. markets. This is a well known seasonality period which runs from November to May. Look back, it sure seems true this time around. In this article I would like to take a closer look at the seasonality bias which so many investors and traders talk about. Seasonality Bias First, I would like to test the popular trading idea of buying the S&P in November and selling in May. I will test this on the cash market going back to 1983. The number of shares to buy will be adjusted based upon a fixed amount of risk. In this case, $5,000 is risked per […]Read more ›
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