10 Stocks That Avoid the September Slump

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According to Robert Holmes, "The S&P 500 has recorded an average decline of 0.4% in September over the past 40 years, the worst month for the benchmark index, according to Capital IQ. The Dow Jones Industrial Average tends to fall 1.1% dating back to its beginning in 1896, says Dow Jones Indexes. That compares to an average gain of about 0.7% for all other months combined. Yet everal stocks in the S&P 500 ... tend to outperform." Read more here.

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