If September holds to form and shares turn lower, investors may want to buy the dip. Since the...

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If September holds to form and shares turn lower, investors may want to buy the dip. Since the DJIA's 1896 creation, when stocks have been higher YTD through Labor Day, they've tacked on to those gains by year-end 70% of the time, writes Mark Hulbert.