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Is the S&P 500 poised for another winning week?

 

Tuesday, September 13 2022

The bulls put up a valiant effort, rallying the S&P 500 off its Sep. 6 lows, giving momentum to its three straight days of gains. Optimists are back in control on Wall Street thanks to the index recouping its 50-day moving average on Sep. 9. However, with a tricky seasonal period approaching, should you sell the S&P 500 at the end of the week?

 

The U.S. equity benchmark has formed a triangle pattern of lower highs and higher lows. After reaching the lower trendline on Sep. 6, buyers emerged and the S&P 500 reversed course. Therefore, with a roughly 4.7% upside, until the index hits the upper trendline, range-bound price action still offers a profitable trading opportunity.

Source: TradingView

While the good times may last for another week or so, seasonality shows that the S&P 500 often peaks in mid-September before declining sharply into the end of the month. Likewise, the U.S. mid-term elections occur in November. Bank of America found that September is the S&P 500’s worst month, with an average decline of 1.14%. Additionally, 47.8% of historical Septembers were positive, which is the second lowest, only behind June’s 43.5%.

As a result, while the technical backdrop is short-term bullish, the risk of a reversal increases substantially after this week. So, should you play it safe and exit early, or hold the line and fade the seasonal blues?

 

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