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Investment insider: Don't sell in May if you want to reap your dividends
“According to an old stock market adage, May signals the time of year when we should sell our shares and go away. The rest of that old saying tells us not to return until St Leger Day (in September).
So should you sell your shares this month?”
It is important that you seek advice from reliable sources when making decisions like this. For this reason you should review your investment portfolios regularly and doing this properly means that you should be prepared to buy or sell at any time of the year, not because an old wives tale tells you to be wary of the summer period.