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Cautious investors, beware! Expect seasonal weakness in IBM and Intel!

Shares of IBM and Intel could be going through a seasonally weak phase in the coming weeks.


Historically, these stocks come under pressure at this time.

To minimize potential risks, investors should review their portfolios and make strategic adjustments where necessary.

Comprehensive market analysis and consideration of other factors are essential to make informed decisions.

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It is advisable to use historical data, charts, and market analysis to evaluate the seasonal performance of stocks such as Intel and IBM.

This information provides insight into past patterns and seasonal trends.

The following chart compares the seasonal performance of the two shares.

It is easy to see that share prices fell by an average of 4 to 6 percent from 19 July.



Over the last 20 years, if you had shorted IBM and Intel between 19 July and 25 August, you would have gained 95% and 55%, respectively. Here are the key figures for that period.


The backtesting of the short trade over this period also shows very clearly the returns achieved.

At their peak, Intel and IBM lost more than 18% of their value.




Intel and IBM will experience a seasonal slowdown in the coming weeks.

Historical data suggests that these companies may experience reduced performance during this period.

Factors such as a general decline in demand for technology products and seasonal changes in business activity may contribute to this.

Therefore, selling or reducing these holdings in the coming weeks may be advisable to minimize potential losses.


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