This Is The Least Unstable September Ever, Here’S What That Means For Stocks

September has historically been the least volatile month of the year, but volatility this September is the lowest it’s ever been, says LPL Financial’s Ryan Detrick.
“However, while the market has been trading in a range this month, Detrick says that he does see stocks going higher in the fourth quarter.
So what does this mean for the market going into the fourth quarter?
If all three major indexes close higher on Friday, then stocks would have their first positive September since 2013.
“The fourth quarter is usually strong, what I’m getting at is it’s even stronger when you have pretty good strength in September and throughout the year leading up to it.

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