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Should your retirement portfolio take the summer off?

Published on Marketwatch.com http://www.marketwatch.com/story/should-your-retirement-portfolio-take-the-summer-off-2014-06-05 “Sell in May and go away” is an old stock market adage with a long history. You may be wondering what it means and how it began. The original saying was, “Sell in May and go away, do not return until St. Leger’s Day.” It started in England, when the stockbrokers would leave for summer vacation in May and wouldn’t get back to work until after …Read More