It's that time of year again when the talk of seasonality in the stock market heats up. The old saying "Sell in May and go away" crops up. Another one I've seen recently, boldly states "3 reasons to wait for a stock market dip this season". There are some compelling arguments out there regarding the markets "summer dulldrums". In fact, there's even a Seasonal Rotation ETF that works on this theme.
One of the reasons I like our methodology is it isn't reliant on the same scenario playing out every year. It's very adaptive and deals with "what is" rather than "what might be". Will the market drop this summer? Who knows? But what I do know is it's good to have a strategy to guide you either way.