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Silver Seasonal Chart: September Increase



-- Posted Tuesday, 26 August 2003 | Digg This ArticleDigg It!

Guest Editorial: Dimitri Speck

The 'Silver: September Increase' is the seasonal rise in silver, starting on August 30 and ending on September 23. The increase was observed in 24 of 30 years, resulting in an average profit of +8.2%. But there were also 6 years, where the price of silver fell during this period of the year. The average loss then was -5%. The overall rise during all 30 years was +5.4% p.a.

The 'Silver: September Increase' lasts 24 calendar days. It took place in 80% of all years. Thus the statistical stability of this seasonal pattern is fine. Nevertheless, it is necessary to take steps to minimize losses (e.g. through stopp loss).

The following table shows all 'Silver: September Increases' since 1990:

Notice: Our Hot Tips are no trading recommandations. In fact, they are a real time test of seasonal patterns. Trading with seasonality requires additional means to reduce losses, for example diversifaction, the implemetantion of further indicators, or stop losses. Yoy can find an introduction into seasonal trading under trading strategies. Please take also notice of the results of our previous tips and of our disclaimer.

Demetrius.Speck@gmx.net

(c) 2003 Dimitri Speck - www.seasonal-charts.com


-- Posted Tuesday, 26 August 2003 | Digg This Article




 



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