Does the S&P really have a Seasonal Pattern?
 

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Home News Newsflash Does the S&P really have a Seasonal Pattern?

Does the S&P really have a Seasonal Pattern?

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Yes, most definitely!

…along with all other financial Futures contracts. Seasonality occurs when there is a cyclical event that drives the supply/demand fundamentals consistently during certain times of the year. These events will occur with such high frequency they are called Seasonal Patterns. Read more.... http://lessons.tradingacademy.com/article/the-sp-has-a-seasonal-pattern-really/

Last Updated on Thursday, 21 November 2013 06:02  
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