Setting up for the Stock Market's Best Six-Month Stretch

Episode 161 of the Investopedia Express with Caleb Silver (November 6, 2023)

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Jeff Hirsch, editor of The Stock Trader's Almanac, joins the show to discuss why seasonality matters for investors, and why the next six months are usually the strongest of the year. Plus, how his father, Yale Hirsch, developed the Almanac, and why lessons like 'Sell in May and Go Away', and 'The Santa Claus Rally' still endure to this day. Also, the Fed paused its rate hiking campaign, as expected, and isn't forecasting a recession. So why is everyone else convinced one will come?

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