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Jeff Hirsch is editor-in-chief of The Stock Trader's Almanac and Almanac Investor, and author of The Little Book of Stock Market Cycles (Wiley, 2012) and Super Boom: Why the Dow Will Hit 38,820 and How You Can Profit from It (Wiley, 2011). A 25-year Wall Street veteran, he took over from founder Yale Hirsch in 2001. Mr. Hirsch regularly appears on CNBC, Bloomberg, Fox Business, and many other financial media outlets.

Content from Jeffrey Hirsch

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Seasonal Trading with Oil

Seasonally speaking, crude oil tends to make significant price gains in the summer, as vacationers and the annual trek of students returning to college in August creates increased demand for unleaded …

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An August Slide?

We have experienced a typically strong post-election July. The month lived up to its reputation as a solid performer in post-election years, observes seasonal trading expert Jeffrey Hirsch, editor of …

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Seasonal Strength: Biotech & Technology

Seasonal trading expert Jeffrey Hirsch looks at some new trade ideas based on trends historically seen in August. Here's the latest from the market timing specialist and editor of Stock Trader's Alman…

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Topping Signs? A Seasonal Look for Traders

The Down Friday/Down Monday that occurred at the end of May has been completely ignored by the market, thus far, writes Jeffrey Hirsch, editor-in-chief of The Stock Trader's Almanac and&nb…

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Best Sectors for the "Worst" Months

Because we already know that the market tends to post the majority of its gains from November through April and does very little from May to October using data from 1950 to present, we are not goin…

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Silver: A Seasonal Short

Silver has a strong tendency to peak or continue lower in May, bottoming in mid to late June, explains seasonal trading expert Jeffrey Hirsch, editor of Stock Trader's Almanac. Traders can look to …

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Seasonal Trades on a Spring Rally

The best six months for owning stocks can begin in October or early November and usually lasts until April or early May for DJIA and S&P 500, explains Jeffrey Hirsch, editor of Stock Trader's Al…

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A Seasonal Trade with Bonds

The long bond tends to bottom sometime during Q2, typically around the time the stock market reaches its highs, and then enjoys a solid run of strength into Q3 and beyond in some years, explains sea…

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