An investment strategy where an investor sells his or her stocks before May 1 and abstains from reinvesting in the stock market until October 31, to increase capital gains. This technique is based on the idea that most capital gains are made between October 31 (Halloween) and May 1, and that the other six months of the year should be spent investing in other investment types or not at all.
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