sell in may & go away

Mathan Somasundaram

Local market outlook: The Australian equity market is expected to pullback as global and local sentiment fall in the traditional weak local winter season. Australia continues to ignore structural issues after going through 25 years of growth on the back of credit, population and mining boom. The lack of policy... Show More

Mathan Somasundaram

Aussie market delivered another negative day with weaker global markets and commodities. The market made a mid-day recovery but the comments from RBA governor regarding inflation target and property bubble worries pulled the market back down. We finished below the 5300 psychological level while currency is now below 72 cents.... Show More

Mathan Somasundaram

Aussie market was hammered on weak global market and commodities sentiment. After the recent China data showed that the Q1 sugar hit to boost growth was beginning to dissipate and the commodities were sitting on speculator support. Commodities were falling overnight like “election promises”. Iron Ore futures are now one... Show More

Matt Felsman

A well-known trading adage that warns investors to sell their holdings in May to avoid a seasonal decline in equity markets. While March and April are normally positive months for Australian equities, May and June are the two worst months of the year, with an average fall of more than... Show More