Tomorrow is Friday the 13th.
The table below shows S&P 500 Index (SPX) data for the past 20 years. In this time, Friday the 13th has been bullish compared to other days.
However, we haven't had a positive Friday the 13th since 2009, as the last four have been negative. Below are the last 20 occurrences.
Now, let's get completely ridiculous. Below are the most bullish weekday/day combinations over the past 20 years for the SPX. Monday the 13th is the most bullish (going by average return), and Wednesday the 1st follows as the next-most bullish. Friday the 13th actually ranks 25th out of 155 combinations.
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