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MACROSCOPE: It’s that time of year again

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Elvis Picardo

Elvis Picardo

May marks the beginning of the six-month period (May to October) when stocks have historically underperformed the other six months (November to April). This performance differential is the root cause of the well-known “Sell in May and go away” market adage. Click here to read our latest market bulletin.


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