The third quarter is usually the toughest quarter of the year for stocks.  As we enter this rough patch, a very bullish data point from Ryan Detrick:

“Q3 is historically the worse one for stocks.  But what happens when the S&P 500 is higher in April, May, and June (like it was in 2018)?   Wouldn’t you know it, Q3 has been higher 9 of the past 10 times (going back to 1980).”

Very interesting…