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Monday, August 15, 2005

Will September be the Cruelest Month?

The Big Picture referes to a Wall Street Journal's article:
The stock market doesn't always hit trouble in the fall, of course. But September long has been far and away the worst month for stocks.

And there is plenty to worry about this September: Oil is approaching $70 a barrel, the Federal Reserve is hard at work raising short-term interest rates, and September marks the quarter's end, when companies facing high analyst expectations may have to warn of profit disappointments.

Since 1900, September is the only month in which the Dow Jones Industrial Average has fallen more often than it has risen. The Dow industrials have fallen 1.2% in September, on average, making it the only month with an average decline of any significance.

More bull markets have ended in September than in any other month, according to Ned Davis Research of Venice, Fla.
Read further:
The Big Picture: Will September be the Cruelest Month?

2 Comments:

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12/30/2005 12:56:00 AM  
Anonymous Penny Stock Info said...

I think september is the worst month for stocks not october.

12/07/2011 12:57:00 PM  

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