Tag: LPL Financial
Statistically, there’s usually a Santa Claus rally right after Christmas, and it’s a good one, says LPL’s Detrick.
LPL sketches out the case for continued market leadership from the technology folks.
The market expects them to start next year. Maybe not, says LPL’s Gillum.
Forget the V and U trajectories of yore, LPL’s Gilbert says.
The seemingly cursed day is mostly in the black, and does quite well when it occurs in August, LPL’s Detrick calculates.
Tight spreads to Treasurys plus low yields show investors aren’t worried about the economy, strategist Gillum finds.
The fact remains that stocks historically don’t do much from now till October.
With the Dow ahead by 9.9% over the period, he is bested only by FDR and Taft.
History shows it’s usually a good run, but not as strong, LPL’s Detrick says.
Historically, a new president’s initial year is not a barn burner, LPL stats show.
Big question: Will it keep going? Herbert Hoover’s showing was pretty good, too.
History shows that equities advance an average 9.1% then, LPL research finds.