Why You Shouldn’t Sell Your Stocks in May This Year


By: Ryan Detrick, CMT, Chief Market Strategist, LPL Financial & Jeff Buchbinder, CFA, Equity Strategist, LPL Financial

“Sell in May and go away” is probably the most widely cited stock market cliché in history. Every year a barrage of Wall Street commentaries, media stories, and investor questions flood in about the popular stock market adage. In this week’s Weekly Market Commentary, we tackle this commonly cited seasonal pattern and why it might not play out this year, similar to recent years.

Read the full commentary here: weekly-market-commentary-5.2.2022


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