Peter Tchir, managing director at Brean Capital, said the equities adage "sell in May and go away" applies in the Trump era. 

"I think you want to be out of anything that's risky on the credit side," Tchir said, adding that it's hard to recommend a long position on U.S. Treasurys. 

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