3rd Year of US Presidential Cycle Signals a Bullish January

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3rd Year of US Presidential Cycle Signals a Bullish January. In 1000 UK #1 Hits by Jon Kutner & Spencer Leigh, Pilot songwriter David Paton recalls the inspiration for his song January. My wife was reading a book & the main character was called January. She told me this & I wrote the chorus with that in mind. The verse was about how I felt at the time with the success of Magic. I didn't write the song in January, it was in October, just after the release of Magic. The lyrics from the song January suggest that David Paton was really not that keen to see his success & January go. January, don't be cold, don't be angry to me, You make me sad come and see, Oh, January, Don't go, don't go Interestingly, January returns in the 3rd Year of the US Presidential Cycle are rarely cold or angry to equity investors providing the S&P 500 & All Ordinaries Index with average gains of 4.22% & 2.81% respectively. Full data analysis & tables can be viewed at (VIEW LINK)


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