Between last week and this, March is starting to look like a bad month for stocks. April showers may bring May flowers but does February highs bring March lows? Today’s article whether the third month of the year has any sort of market trend historically. Here’s what they had to say, “It was March 9, 2009, after all, that marked the end of the punishing 2007-2009 bear market and the beginning of the incredible bull market that just celebrated its 6th anniversary. And it was March 10, 2000, that marked the top of the Internet bubble and the Nasdaq’s surge above 5000, to close at 5,048. Despite some heroic recent attempts, that record remains unbroken today, 15 years later.” To read more, CLICK HERE.