Monday is a day for buying, not for selling.
(Editor’s Note: Original Post Date – December 6, 2010)
Monday is a day when many stocks are slipping into the yellow or even the red as their ticker scrolls across your screen. Just like in the real world, the Empire Avenue market moves in cycles. One of the cycles that is evident, is the general downturn of share prices across the board on Mondays, related to the fact many people have reduced activity over the weekend. Even influencers who were active over the weekend may experience a drop in share price as the effects of “global market gravity” conspire to tug their stock gently back to earth. This presents the savvy investor with an opportunity to snatch up some real bargains. On Mondays, graphs can be your best investment advisor. Look for some solid stocks with a steady rise over time that have dipped slightly over the weekend. Throw some eaves in and increase your holdings, before they resume their regular weekday activity and the share price begins to climb again.