Tuesday, December 21, 2010

The class is Wednesday!

That's tomorrow for those that do not have a calendar handy ;)


What is the January Effect? Investopedia explains:

What Does January Effect Mean?

A general increase in stock prices during the month of January. This rally is generally attributed to an increase in buying, which follows the drop in price that typically happens in December when investors, seeking to create tax losses to offset capital gains, prompt a sell-off.

How can we use this tendency to our benefit? Is it as simple as just buying a portfolio of stocks at the end of the year?

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Michael tiny Saul

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