The Third Year of a President’s Term Is Typically the Strongest for Stocks

An interesting analysis by Nilus Mattive shows that the stock market usually does best during the third year of a president’s term.

This means that – at least under normal conditions – 2011 would be the best year for stocks during Obama’s 4-year term which started today.

Interestingly, Martin Armstrong forecasts a possible bottom of the market on June 13, 2011.

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  • I’ve got another one for you… Every year ending in a “5” has seen a year-on-year increase in the Dow Jones since it’s inception. No other year number has that. People must feel the middle of a decade is “safe”?