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Posted on 17 Mar 2013 | 1,619 views
Stocks Have hit New Highs in 2013 — Time for a Market Crash?

Since the market low in 2009, every move upward has been greeted with confident assertions that another crash was just around the corner.

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Posted on 3 Jun 2012 | 3,064 views
June 2012 Black Monday Ready to Crash the Stock Market

So far, the “Sell in May and Go Away” strategy has followed the textbook lessons over the last few years but as you can see from the chart at the end of this article, the short-lived seasonal sell-offs have been followed by significant advances — up +33% from 2010 lows and up +29% from the 2011 lows.

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Posted on 5 Jun 2011 | 6,538 views
Sell in May and Go Away 2011 Market Crash – Part 1

The cliché to “Sell in May and Go Away” seems to be on investors minds once again. Evidence is accumulating that the stock market has hit an intermediate-term peak amid the deepening European sovereign debt crisis, signs of slower U.S. economic growth and the imminent end to the Federal Reserve’s liquidity injections.

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Posted on 2 Jun 2011 | 4,842 views
Will June 2011 be Another Down Month for the Stock Markets?

With “Sell in May and Go Away” over, June is now here and that’s likely not good news for investors either. Although September is historically the worst month for the markets, June has been the most consistently troublesome month in recent years. The Dow has been down for six straight Junes, and since 2000, the “Blue Chip Stock” index has been up in June just twice.

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Posted on 13 May 2011 | 16,225 views
Stock Market Crash Predicted Starting July of 2011

Legendary investor Jeremy Grantham of GMO LLC is predicting a “Stock Market Crash” and suggested that investors should consider selling their stocks around July 2011. Going back to 1960, the first 7 months of the third year of a presidential cycle (like 2011) produced inflation-adjusted returns of 20 percent for the 48-month presidential cycles. Meanwhile, the remaining 41 months of the cycle returned only 1 percent.