Since 1982, the Friday of options expiration week has a bearish bias for DJIA declining 18 times in 35 years with two unchanged years, 1991 and 1995. On Friday the average loss is a significant 0.29% for DJIA and 0.31% for S&P 500. NASDAQ’s record is even weaker, down 21 of 35 years with an average loss of 0.46%. DJIA posts the best full-week performance, up 22 of 35 with an average 0.41% gain. The week after options expiration also leans bearish for S&P 500 and NASDAQ over the longer-term with average losses. In recent years the track record had been improving until 2015’s across the board, greater than 2% loss.
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