Sell in May and go away?
The popular aphorism “Sell in May and go away” may be valid again this summer. However, be warned that the secular equity bear market may end in these few years (the secular bond bull market will end when FED starts to raise rates), thus for long term investors, sticking out in the open and bracing for some volatility is better than selling your best stocks and waiting for a good price to buy them back which may never come due to psychological bias and plenty of market liquidity.
Unless you can forsee an Iran war which stretch over years, the stock market is the place to be in.
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