Here are some more bullish and bearish seasonal charts from last night. If you are bullish you should favor the bullish charts for your watchlist, and if bearish the bearish charts. When it’s a bull market, the bullish seasonals tend to do very well and when it’s a bear market, the bearish seasonals tend to do well. You double stack the odds in your favor when you go with the flow, which is what a Seasonal Cash Flow Trader does.
Every month you get a list of such stocks, and their charts, in our Factor Seasonal newsletters. But here’s the KICKER. In our newsletters you not only get the best seasonal price projections (because we determine the right number of years to use in the projection charts, which we haven’t done here), but you also get stocks filtered by the fact of whether they do or don’t have a Factor Seasonal chart thats supports the projected price move. In other words, they’re filtered by the fact that their fundamental price behavior in similar types of economic environments ARE SUPPORTING THE PRICE MOVE PROJECTED.
Can’t beat that type of fundamental, inside information. You can pick stocks to buy or sell just from the price charts alone, but when you filter those charts by whether the stock has an underlying fundamental tendency to do the same thing, you’ve got gold.
That’s the Factor Seasonal approach to stock picking. If you’re a day trader or longer term stock picker, you want to have lists of these stocks because they offer the most volatility on the upside and downside. This is where the money is to be made.
Don’t fly blind. If you’re a fund manager or investor, always check for Factor Seasonal support first.