Top Advisors Corner

David Keller: Sell In May? Not Today

This time of year, there is no escaping discussion of the “Sell in May and Go Away” phenomenon.  That is, the idea that equity markets tend to be seasonally weak in the May-October period, then stronger in the November-April period.  You can find more on the history of the phenomenon here.

Here are three things to keep in mind as you consider the “Sell in May” concept:

Even if everyone knows about it, it could still work.

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Mary Ellen McGonagle: India's Proposal and Then Implementation of "Trump-Like" Policies Appears Close to Taking Hold.

It was with great fanfare that Narendra Modi was elected in May of 2014 as the Prime Minister of India. Since taking office, Modi’s administration has increased spending on infrastructure, reduced spending on health care and social welfare programs and has attempted to reform a fractured tax system.   

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