On the 7, 767 days from 1965 through 2011 when Congress was in session, the stock market went up in price on days at the annual rate of 0.72 ... The 87.8 percent of increases that occurred on closed days were significant to the 0.10 level.
|Title||:||Trade the Congressional Effect|
|Author||:||Eric T. Singer|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2012-09-07|