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Semiconductors are poised for a run in May, which should you invest in?


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In the past five years, and really for much of the bull market, the US Semiconductor Sector (DJUSSC) has closed higher than it opened in the month of May. In fact, the average return of this sector has been higher than any other month. Now, what may have happened in the past does not fully indicate what will happen in the future, but it may suggest a strong correlation – refer to the chart below.

US Semiconductor Sector

 

Technically speaking, the US Semiconductor Sector (DJUSSC) has been trading in-range for the past 12 – 13 months, as per the weekly chart below. Looking at the chart, there is some indication that there may be a breakout ahead.

 

 

This goes hand-in-hand with previous historical data as well. If you look below, the chart indicates that in 2012-2013 there was a similar pattern after which there was a breakout followed by a +65% move to the next level. This was again seen in 2015-2016, with a +75% move to the next level.

 

So how do you gain from the Semiconductor Sector in May?

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Dr. Tiam Feridooni

Written by: Dr. Tiam Feridooni MD, PhD, BSc Dr. Feridooni, graduated from Dalhousie Medical School in May, 2018. Prior to enrolling in medical school, he completed his Bachelor of Science with Honours in 2010 in Biochemistry. He then obtained his PhD at Dalhousie University in Pharmacology in 2014, with a focus around regenerative medicine and stem cell transplantation. Dr. Feridooni has been published numerous high impact journals and has also co-authored a few books.

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