Dow Jones Industrial Average in Wahljahren seit 1901
In der Vergangenheit war es so, dass ein Wahlsieg der amtsführenden Partei - in diesem Fall der Demokratischen Partei - rückblickend meist einen positiven Aktienmarktverlauf induzierte, so der Börsen-Dienst "Wellenreiter-Invest":
Ganz genau hat MFS Investment Management aus Boston nachgerechnet (siehe .pdf-link unten) und alle Wahljahre im Zeitraum von 1900 bis 2012 betrachtet. Dabei zeigte sich, dass es grundsätzlich besser für den Aktienmarkt ist, wenn die amtsführende Partei auch den nächsten Präsidenten stellt. Dabei spielte es ...
Election year (staying invested until -LATEST- 31st Dec. 2016)
Be careful: in 2008 this idea did not work ;-)
Price data for the S&P 500 Index was compiled and averaged on a weekly basis over the period from 1942 to 2003. Analyses of these data suggest that a potentially lucrative investment strategy would have included buying on 1st October of the second year of the presidential election term and selling out on December 31 of year four.
>> This again would have ("now") meant buying on 1st October 2014 and planning to sell at the end of this year (2016).
This simple strategy would ...
Seasonality for 2016 ? (2011 vs. 2015...)
History does repeat itself, it rhymes more than expected...(at least 2015 versus 2011). In hindsight (Spoiler: Bias) the evolution looks reasonable in the light of the first FED-rate-hike after several years in Dec. 2015!
Let us hope, that 2016 will not be as shaky as possible, but smooth as in some years before:
Maybe Q1-2016, especially January 2016 will turn out to be strong? But watch out (again) for the summer months!
S&P 500 possibility for Year-End-Rally?
Before making any conclusion take a look @ the DJ-Transportation-Index and see (wait?), IF the daily Index-close will reach a level ABOVE the EMA-200 line in the chart below:
As the chart is updated automatically on a daily basis - one should stay tuned! (As per 20th Oct. 2015 the level of the EMA-200 daily is/was @ a level of ca. 8,320 in the DJT-Index; Already in August 2015 the Moving Average served as an important line/resistance, maybe the EMA-200 can be broken through in the near future - therefore THEN leading to a bullish BUY-Signal)
Jahresendrally im Dow Jones Industrial Average (Historie seit dem Jahr 1900)
Ausarbeitung von guidants.de / Clemens Schmale
Die Jahresendrally gibt es fast schon so lange wie es den Dow Jones Industrial Average gibt. Obwohl das Phänomen gut bekannt ist und jeder davon profitieren kann, gibt es Jahr um Jahr wieder eine Jahresendrally. Ein effizienter Markt sollte eigentlich dafür sorgen, dass klare Muster erkannt und soweit ausgenutzt werden, bis sie verschwinden. Wenn jeder weiß, dass die beste Zeit Aktien zu kaufen ...
Post vom 2. April 2007
In the section 4-Year Election Cycles SeasonalCharts.com examined a four-year instead of the typical one-year cycle. The chart shows the average course of prices over a total four-year period.
The four-year cycle is determined by the US presidential election. 2004 was an election year. We have 2007 and the cycle years are:
2004: Election Year
2005: Post-Election Year
2006: Midterm Year
2007: Pre-Election Year
The course of important US markets is largely dependent on whether the current year is an election year or one of the three cycle years following an election. ...
statistics over the period 2005 to 2014 (as per May 2015)
check out the whole video here on CNBC: http://video.cnbc.com
Are Monthly Seasonals Real? (A Three Century Perspective)
statistics over the period 1693 to 2009
In 2012, Ben Jacobsen and Cherry Y. Zhang from Massey University (New Zealand) wrote very interesting articles. Compiling available data since 1693 in 108 countries, they claim that not only the ...
Seasonality / July for 3 selected BIOTECH-stocks (as per 13th July 2015)
monthly gain(loss)/average Statistics as per equityclock.com (as per June 2015),
**20 years-history (only 4years-cycle years used: 1995, 1999, 2003, 2007, 2011), source: stockcharts.com
**xy% probability = % of months in ...
What follows a negative performance in the month of August in the S&P 500?
The S&P 500, together with the global financial markets being in turmoil for around one week already (staus as per 27th Aug. 2015 after market close) may end the month of August with a negative performance.
As the ...
Selected sectors starting their positive season later in Sep. or Oct. (Seasonality calculated up to 2008)
The best six months for stocks is ?
Odds are that the Halloween Indicator may be especially good for the stock market this year. But before starting this article (source: marketwatch.com), take a look at the history in the S&P 500 period: 1950 up to the year 2010.
It is obvious, that there ...
Sector Seasonalities (refocus Oct. up to June)
Following the history of seasonalities up to May 2012 (15yrs-history) each market-sector has its "season" to stay LONG (buy & hold stocks) or short ( = "better reduce ones exposure in equities of these sectors during that period").
Last 2 months of the year / SANTA RALLY
Since the 31st Dec. 1945 the S&P 500 rallied in over 77% of the time in the final two months of the year to reach an average gain of 3% in that short period. These odds are pretty good i may say. To put this into perspective: If you were to invest every ...
S&P 500 2011 versus 2015 (4th Nov. 2015)
(bessere?) 6-Monatsperiode (histor. Auswertung US-Aktien)
Die Jahresendrally findet seit Jahrzehnten satt. Hier soll es nun nicht nur um die Jahresendrally von Oktober bis Jahresende gehen, sondern um den 6-Monatszeitraum von Oktober/November bis März/April. Diesem Halbjahr wird nachgesagt, ...
upfront / direct link: http://www.equityclock.com
Next week (starting 23rd Nov. 2015) is Thanksgiving in the US and investors should know about the equity market tendencies during this period. With less activity surrounding the Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday, stocks have a tendency of ...
S&P 500 (last weeks of the year/Dec.)
Over the past 12 years, the S&P 500 has uniformly stayed positive for the final 30 trading days of the year, as Ryan Detrick, a Cincinnati-based portfolio manager and strategist, detailed:
Also, in 11 out of the 10 ...
Santa Claus Rally (different stock styles)
On average since 1927 (up 'till Dec. 2014), November and December have been consistently kind months to stocks across the board — growth and value, dividend payers and non-dividend stocks. (Michael Brush / marketwatch)
Dow Jones Xmas-New Year Rally (History 1896 - 2014)
As one can see from the chart above, December’s average return is higher than that of many other months. Since 1896, when the Dow Jones Industrial Average was created, for example, the Dow has gained an average of 1.4% in December, in ...
Seasonality Dec./Q1-2016 possibilites (?)
Seasonality refers to particular time frames when stocks/sectors/indices are subjected to and influenced by recurring tendencies that produce patterns that are apparent in the investment valuation. (source: www.equityclock.com)
Tendencies can range ...
Santa Claus Rally (one) definition
The stock market rallies at some point during December. This is the most commonly used definition, and the least precise...
above the daily updated EMA-"Melange" of the last quarter (Dow Jones Industrial Average)
And, without such precision, it is somehow ...
Seasonality/Integrated Oil & Gas Industry Seasonality
Basis is the timeframe/period 20 year-range ending 31st Dec. 2015;
Important, that the Oilprice, as underlying indicator for the industry, stays above - at least 27 USD - for a prolongued time...
March Seasonality (Dow Jones Ind. Average)
Especially over the last 20 years (also over 50 years), the month of March has been a quite good month for stock-investors (Status as per Dec. 2014):
April Seasonality (2016)
well, it doesn't really look that bad :-)
After a strong month of March (>6%), there may be reason to expect another solid return in April. Over the past 50 years, the S&P 500 Index has realized a gain in 70% of Aprils, averaging a return of 1.5%:
The average gain ...
US-Election year (June looks nicer than May...)
Does this year -being a presidential election year- provide reason to bet that the "sell-in-May-and-go-away" pattern will be any less pronounced than in other years. Maybe a historical wrap-up will help solving this question?
US-election years (Pre-months)
If you want to get a feel for how the US presidential election will play out, then Byron Wien, Blackstone's vice chairman, has a suggestion: Look at stocks. Reminder: On the 8th Aug. 2016 the S&P 500 stood @ ca. 2,180 points.
Since the 1920s, the incumbent ...
DAX Sep. & Okt.
60er-Jahre bis inkl. 2015 (Historie)
Originalartikel von Andreas Sommer; Der gelernte Bankkaufmann war 10 Jahre Wertpapierberater bei einer Bank und hat über 30 Jahre Börsenerfahrung. In einer seiner Datenbanken wertet A. Sommer die Monats-Schlusskurse des...
Last 12 weeks of the year (Dow Jones, S&P 500)
Using data going back to the creation of the S&P 500 in 1957, technical analyst John Kosar of Asbury Research found that "the fourth week of October, which is coming up soon, is seasonally the weakest of the entire fourth quarter."
DAX-Aktien versus MDAX-Aktien(Q4-Fokus)
Es ist im folgenden Schaubild klar zu erkennen, dass es im Q4 beim DAX-Index zu einer Outperformance der DAX-Aktien gegenüber dem MDAX kommen kann. Theoretisch und aus der Historie heraus, die Praxis muss dies jedoch erst zeigen:
Dow Jones Ind. Average (Nov. - April - "nice" Season)
versus Mai - Oktober
Einmal pro Jahr erreicht der Aktienmarkt sein - aus statistischer Sicht - bevorzugtes Einstiegsfenster. Der folgende Chart zeigt den statistischen Durchschnittsverlauf des Dow Jones Index seit 1946:
Das Fenster öffnet ...
Value stocks "often" sparkle
in a new president's first 100 days
On average, the so-called value premium is more than 10 times stronger in a president's first 100 days than the rest of the time. If you've ever wanted to tilt your portfolio toward value stocks, the next 75 days might be...
Jan. & Feb. UP in the S&P 500
(Status: 7th March 2017)
This bullish stock signal has never been wrong - and the Signal is green since 1st March 2017! CFRA's Sam Stovall notes one interesting indicator got triggered by the last trading day of Feb. 2017.
"If you need additional encouragement ...
Sector Performance by Calendar Month
(focusing on April)
The Trading Calendar presents full-year and monthly cumulative performance profiles for the overall stock market (S&P 500 Index) based on its average daily behavior since 1950.
How much do the corresponding monthly behaviors of the ...
Seasonality-Charts (DOW, DAX)
Der DAX, der DOW, aber auch Einzel-Aktien unterliegen häufig saisonalen Schwankungen. Es ist höchst interessant und lukrativ zu wissen, welche Monate für welche Aktie eher bessere Einstiegsmonate sind und welche man vielleicht meiden sollte.
Don't be fearful, but stay cautious !
July - December returns for years ending in 7 have been dismal; Dana Lyons, a partner with J. Lyons Fund Management, recently noted that the performance of the stock market in the second half of years ending in 7s has been among the most dismal:
One phenomenon of note is the performance during
"Octobers of years ending in 7"
Is October of year 7 just one more statistical quirk, or is there information that investors need to protect themselves? Take a look at the results and judge...As you can see in the following Table,...
DAX-Saisonaltität (Backtest 1970 - 2017)
Mit dieser saisonalen Börsenstrategie konnte bisher (!) eine beachtliche Rendite erzielt werden und man konnte so auf einfache Art den DAX schlagen. Und das Beste, man musste dabei nur zwei Mal im Jahr handeln. Eine Rückrechnung...
... dieser ...
For investors who are fearful of using market timing but still wish to maximize returns, the idea of sitting out September each year might sound like a strange idea to you, but might be a pretty good trade-off between simplicity and profit maximization. The two...
Please look at this video...
Dec. 1st half versus Dec. 2nd half (Seasonality - History)