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In June of 2007, I wrote my first article on stock market seasonality. There I wrote that there was a rather persistent and robust stock market phenomenon that the market tended to perform well in the winter months than in the summer month. By “persistent” I meant that it lasted for decades in the US market, by “robust” I meant that the phenomenon showed up in other stock markets as well, as can be seen by this chart. 

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Michael Zhuang is principal of MZ Capital, a fee-only independent advisory firm based in Washington, DC.

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