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The Halloween Effect Revisit 万圣节效应

Historically, stocks tend to outperform in November, stall in December and January, and then resume higher in February and March. Stock markets have seasonal effects and calendar anomalies, which challenge the Efficient Market Hypothesis (EMH). The Halloween effect conveys investors’ belief that the average equity returns of November through April are significantly stronger than the […]