You are probably familiar with common loss limitation measures, such as diversification or the use of stop losses. At Seasonax, we always advise you to take such measures. Today, however, I would like to show you how to recognize seasonal patterns that look good at first glance, but are actually bad - and which you should not act on.
The U.S’s first-ever spot Bitcoin ETFs got the official green light. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission gave the go-ahead and with this eleven brand new Bitcoin ETFs hit the market.
Some seasonal trends are counter-intuitive. The price of crude oil is falling despite the start of the heating season in the fall. Would you have known?
As 2023 closed out, the financial world buzzed with optimism. The S&P 500 surged over 24%, and the Dow neared historic highs, fueled by easing inflation, a resilient economy, and anticipated lower interest rates. Notably, the market rally wasn't just about big tech names
The turn of the year, 2023 into 2024, is just around the corner. As an investor, you may well be wondering what the new year will be like. In terms of politics, the US presidential elections are approaching. Although the new - or old - president will not be inaugurated until 2025, elections also influence share prices in their run up. This election cycle is in fact known as the four-year cycle.
As the end of the calendar year approaches, whispers of a stock market rally begin to circulate among investors and financial analysts. But is this so-called "year-end rally" a mere myth?
As you may have noticed, the price of gold recently touched the psychologically important round mark of USD 2,000 per troy ounce, before coming back down again.
With the culmination of one of the most anticipated earnings weeks in the tech industry, it's clear that the race to shape the future of artificial intelligence (AI) is on.
If you are a sports fan, you are probably already looking forward to the date: on July 26, 2024, the next Summer Olympics will begin in Paris. Athletes from all over the world will compete in thousands of events. Nearly ten million tickets will be on sale.
This September, the stock market acted just as we expected. Usually, September is a tough month for the S&P 500, and this year was no different. Investors may well be wondering therefore: “Is October going to bring some relief?”