The Appearance Of Routine Dip-Buying And A Fresh Look At The ‘Sell In May’ Cliché

The Appearance Of Routine Dip-Buying And A Fresh Look At The ‘Sell In May’ Cliché

"With the S&P 500 and MSCI World showing their 4th best start of the year since 1929 and 1970 respectively, investors are now wondering if the so-called ‘sell in May and go away’ effect can erase the gains displayed so far", Goldman wrote on Monday evening, invoking a cringe-worthy, old market adage in the course of essentially asking the same question that everyone has been asking about 2019's remarkable surge in risk assets - namely, "How sustainable is it?" At this point, analysts an
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