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The 'January Effect' Investing Strategy Is Running in Reverse
Search “January Effect” and you will likely find a number of varying investing opinions strategies and explanations of what it means for the stock market. In my case it has always meant crafting a year-end strategy to try to profit from the tendency of certain downtrodden stocks to “bounce” in the New Year after investors sold them off to harvest tax losses as the previous year came to a close. The theory suggests that the additional supply of shares from investors selling to realize tax losses places additional downward pressures to share prices adding to share price declines and then ...
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