26 Jun '12, 6pm

Interesting Correlation Between Earnings Season and S&P Performance

Interesting Correlation Between Earnings Season and S&P Performance

Anyway, to the crux of my posting today – a fast one. I saw this interesting % comparison of the S&P 500 gain days during earning seasons and in the lull period in between. Let’s not forget that Alcoa will kick off the earnings period in 2nd week July which is not a really far away date for many investors to feast themselves on some really good shopping buys.

Full article: http://thefinance.sg/2012/06/26/interesting-correlation-b...

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