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September Seasonality…

Guest Post by Tom McClellan

September Seasonality Finally Shows Up

DJIA annual seasonal pattern
September 26, 2014

September has a well-deserved reputation for causing the market trouble, and the week after September options expiration is statistically the worst week of the year (per Rob Hanna of www.quantifiableedges.com).  This year, the stock market has been procrastinating about getting that seasonal weakness started, but now that we are in that worst week of the year, the market seems to be working extra hard to make up for lost time.

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NFTRH 216 Out Now

The opening segment from the screenshot goes on to talk more about Jonathan and what he meant to me personally, with respect to a grounded view of the markets.  Then I just felt like writing so that is what I did, with more words and less charts than usual.

FOMC on deck.  Money supply should be kept front and center (and no you hyperinflationists, it is not in an upward hockey stick) as I think it is going to rise in the coming months.  This week is bound to be noisy.

nftrh 216