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The January Effect

It is defined as a perceived seasonal increase in stock prices during January.

Analysts generally attribute this rally (a period of sustained increases in the prices of stoc...

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January Effect

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The January effect was first noticed in 1942 but has been less pronounced in recent years. The hypothesis suggests that markets as a whole are inefficient. Efficient markets would not follo...

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Besides tax-loss harvesting and repurchases, and investors putting cash bonuses into the market, the January Effect is affected by investor psychology.

  • Some investors ...

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  • A study analysing data between 1904 and 1974 revealed that the average return for stocks during January was five times higher than any other month, particularly in small-capi...

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