Editor's note: As part of our partnership with Nightly Business Report, TheStreet's Debra Borchardt will join NBR Monday (see video and transcript) to look at stocks that will benefit from being a seasonal favorite.
NEW YORK (TheStreet -- Wall Street is running short on optimists these days.
"We're in for a rough summer," said Randy Frederick, a managing director at Charles Schwab.
Looking at trading volumes, it seems that many investors have decided it just isn't worth the risk to be in the market, adhering to the old adage "sell in May and go away." But while that strategy may have spared some wrinkles over the last two summers, investors would also have missed out big moves.BMO Capital Markets investment strategist Brian Belski dug a little deeper and discovered that staying the course through the past two summers paid off in the long run.
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