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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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In July 2007, the mortgage loan crisis started to emerge, though nobody knew the full extent of it at that time. Regardless, May, June and early July were actually pretty bullish periods. And by the end of September, stocks had fully recovered what had been lost when the real estate and related CMO market scare first unfurled in July.

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