Individual Investors


"'Danger' or 'Exception'?" Joe Terranova's September Capital Markets Calendar

Based on historical performance, the S&P 500® Index has seen its share of good and bad Septembers. Over the last 64 years, September returns for the Index have been positive 29 times and negative 35 times, with an overall average return of -0.6%. What will September 2014 bring? Since past performance doesn't provide that answer, Joe Terranova suggests what investors may want to monitor instead in his September capital markets calendar.

Past performance is not a guarantee of future results.

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