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Sell in May and Go Away?

A common phrase when investing in the stock market is, “Sell in May and Go Away.” The adage is said to have originated from an old English saying: “Sell in May and go away and come back on St. Leger’s Day.” St. Leger’s Day refers to the day of the St. Leger Stakes, a popular horse race, held in September. Americans eventually adopted it based on the increase in vacation time taken during summer months, and then applied it to an investment approach. It implies

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