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‘Sell in May and go away’ isn’t working: strategist

The usual “sell in May and go away” saying suggests that stocks typically underperform during the summer and that it might be best for investors to stay on the sidelines during this stretch. However, in the 13 weeks from the end of May through last Friday’s close, the S&P 500 managed to gain 6.34% in price (total return 6.87%) despite a slew of negative headlines. Scott Gamm joins The Final Round to discuss.