By Rob Hanna
On Wednesday the Fed will conclude its policy meeting and announce any changes. This happens 8 times per year. I have long referred to these days as “Fed Days”. Fed Days have a long history of having a bullish tendency. This can be seen in the chart below, which shows Fed Day performance back to 1982.
Of course not all Fed Days are created equal. To learn more about Fed Days, and where the strongest edges lie, I’d encourage you to check out the collection of Fed Day studies here on the blog, or read The Quantifiable Edges Guide to Fed Days.
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