Why investors should ignore the old Wall Street adage ‘Sell in May’

(CNBC) The “sell in May, and go away” strategy isn’t getting much love on Wall Street this year. Market pros acknowledge that history clearly shows the market’s strongest six-month period is November to April, but they also say that’s not necessarily a factor that should shape investors’ plans in any year.

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