The Halloween Effect official begins during the six trading days before Halloween. So far, so good. This article suggests that the market push that started six trading days ahead of Halloween could continue through the end of the year.
Although most of us are familiar with the "Halloween Effect" as the milestone marking the beginning of the best six months of stock market activity during the year, not everyone knows that the Halloween Effect is said to kick in during the six trading days before Halloween. Sure enough, after a bearish trading session on October 22, on the sixth trading day before Halloween, Oct. 23, the Dow Jones Industrial Average soared 216 points higher and the S&P 500 jumped