Ignore the ‘Goldfrueders’ – Gold Remains a Great Store of Value
Conventional wisdom on Wall Street is often worth the price paid (i.e., nothing). But some hoary nuggets have value.
“Sell in May and go away,” for example, is based on a true and powerful phenomenon.
As Mark Hulbert reports on MarketWatch:
Over the past 50 years, the Dow, on average, has produced a gain of 7.5% during the winter months and lost 0.1% during the summer months.
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