Sell In May And Go Away

This old adage has been around Wall Street for as long as anyone can remember. What does it mean?

Well, it means sell your stocks in May, have a nice summer and come back in September and get long stocks again if the signals are aligned. With that in mind, I analyzed the S&P 500 market and noticed a pattern which may make selling in May, the right action to take this year.

In this special video, I explain exactly what I'm looking at and how you can replicate this on your own charts. The video runs about three minutes and I think you'll find it well worth your time to check it out and learn this technique.

I hope you learn how this tool works and how you can apply it and make your own trading even more profitable.

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So what are you waiting for? Let's get started right away!

Adam Hewison
Co-Creator, MarketClub

"Sell in May and go away"?

The old adage applied to the stock market shortly before summer is, "sell in May and go away." But, with a recession in recent years and supposed recovery underway, is this saying still relevant?

We're curious to know if our Trader's Blog readers believe this saying. Does the time of year affect your trading plans? Drop us a note in our comments section and let us know.