Markets – Macro – Technicals

Seasonality Statistics

The data sets below outline seasonal patterns that have been observed over the years. They are not a guaranteed predictor of market direction on any given day, but can be useful in assessing edges. Note that markets change over time and so different data sets produce slightly different results.

For completeness sakes I’ve compiled all the data sets I’ve found on the subject:

Jan Seasonality

jan seas

Feb Seasonality

feb seas

March Seasonality

march seas

April Seasonality

april seas

May Seasonality

may seas

June Seasonality

june seas

July Seasonality

july seas

August Seasonality

aug seas

September Seasonality

sept seas

October Seasonality

oct seas

November Seasonality

nov seas

December Seasonality

dec seas

All Months Seasonality by Day

AvgMonthlyChange

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