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  • More than the entirety of the S&P 500's capital gain since 1932 has come during the 7 days surrounding the end/start of the month, writes Eddy Elfenbein. "If you slice and dice any data long enough, you're bound to find some anomaly," he quickly adds, not positive there's a tradable angle here.   [View news story]
    Norman Fosback began publishing a seasonality trading approach utilizing month end and holidays starting back in the 1970's. Using his approach a trader is invested in the market less than 30% of the time but supposedly captures most of the market gains and avoids most of its losses.
    May 1, 2012. 02:02 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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