Seasonal Trend of Global Stock Markets

July 3rd, 2013

The United States:

S&P 500 futures seasonal 30 years is rallying from the beginning of the year  into May every year making a top, then declining into the end of October, from the on a new rise begins into May the following year.

 

Canada

Canada 60 futures seasonal 20 years is rallying from the beginning of the year into July making a top, then declining into the beginning of October making a bottom, then a new rise begins into July the following year.

 

European Indexes:

FTSE 100 futures seasonal 23 years  is rallying into June every year and making a top, then declining into the end of October making a bottom, then a new rise begins into June the following year.

DAX futures seasonal 16 years is rallying from the beginning of the year into July every year making a top, then declining into the beginning of October, then a new rise into July the following year begins.

CAC 40 futures seasonal 18 years is rallying into June every year making a top, then declining into the end of September / early October making a bottom, then a new rise begins into June the following year.

Swiss Market futures seasonal 16 years is rallying into July every year making a top, then declining into the end of September / early October making a bottom, then a new rise begins into July the following year.

 

Asian Indexes

NIKKEI 225 Futures Seasonal 25 years is rallying from the beginning of the year into May making a top, then declining into the November making a bottom, then a new rise begins into May the following year.

Hang Seng futures seasonal 21 years is rallying from the beginning of the year into July making a top and declining into September making a bottom, then a new rise begins into July the following year.

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