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Will ‘Sell in May and Go Away’ Take Hold in 2013 After All?

S&P 500 charts from the past decade illustrate why we shouldn't start panicking about the recent market turbulence

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Though the bull market and economic expansion was technically still intact in 2011, the summertime of that year was a troubled one for stocks; “Sell in May and go away” would have been prudent advice. Of course, like 2010, there was a clear reason for the weakness in mid-2011… Europe’s sovereign debt crisis reared its ugly head.

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