Successful investing is all about predicting the future. Buying shares of companies which will have strong earnings growth. Avoiding those which will get mired down in product recalls, management missteps, or weak demand for their products. But how can you know in advance which is which? It isn’t easy. As I wrote in Money Grab, Picking … More Is Your Crystal Ball Cloudy?
A familiar saying on Wall Street is “Sell in May and go away,” which means you should sell your stocks and move to cash until later in the fall. There is evidence to back up this strategy. According to Doug Ramsey of Leuthold Group, since 1926 annualized stock performance from November through April has been … More Should You Sell in May?