Monday marks the last trading day of both the month of June and the second quarter of 2014, which means that Tuesday begins both a new month and a new quarter. For the last 17 years, that first trading day of a new month has enjoyed an unusually strong upward bias. In fact, a portfolio invested only in the first day of the month (and sitting idle all others) has dramatically outperformed a portfolio that has instead been invested during every day of the month except that first session.
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