Mutual Funds Weekly: These money and investing tips can help you decide whether to ‘sell in May and go away’

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These money and investing stories, popular with MarketWatch readers this past week, offer ways to manage your financial portfolio and to invest strategically as the U.S. stock market enters its historically weakest six-month period.

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‘Sell in May and go away’ is a warning to stock investors now more than ever

Dow’s weakness since last Halloween is a bad omen for the next six months, writes Mark Hulbert.

‘Sell in May and go away’ is a warning to stock investors now more than ever

The stock market’s rallying while the economy’s tanking — it all makes perfect sense

What’s key to understand: Investors are always gauging the future prospects of the business world.

The stock market’s rallying while the economy’s tanking — it all makes perfect sense

Small stocks are sending a big message about a retest of the bear market low

Leadership has shifted from the largest stocks to the smallest, and that’s bullish for the market.

Small stocks are sending a big message about a retest of the bear market low

Hedge funds now are delivering as promised, but the winners are tough to find

A standard portfolio of 60% bonds, 40% stocks outperformed the average hedge fund on a risk-adjusted basis.

Hedge funds now are delivering as promised, but the winners are tough to find

Gold timers have now turned bullish, so don’t look for the metal to shine

After a prolonged rally, gold’s near-term direction is most likely down, writes Mark Hulbert.

Gold timers have now turned bullish, so don’t look for the metal to shine

The help investors need most from financial advisers is often not about money

How advisers can master the art of hand-holding in turbulent times.

The help investors need most from financial advisers is often not about money

How to trust that your financial adviser can shield you from the coronavirus fallout

4 ways for financial advisers to build and keep clients’ trust in these uncertain times.

How to trust that your financial adviser can shield you from the coronavirus fallout

A loyalty program for mutual funds? Fidelity tries something new

A new offering from Fidelity Investments inhabits a gray areas amid the market shift, and suggests that there’s more life left in the mutual fund space than ETF-watchers might realize.

A loyalty program for mutual funds? Fidelity tries something new

Don’t assume that pain is over for stocks and oil

Former MIT scientist Katy Kaminski, now of the AlphaSimplex Group, analyzes the catalysts that could hurt markets in May. Plus, David Greenberg, former NYMEX board member, discusses how investors can maneuver more volatility for the June WTI crude contract.

Don’t assume that pain is over for stocks and oil

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