The Super Bowl indicator
suggests that stocks rise for the full year when the Super Bowl winner comes from the original National Football League, but when an original American Football League team wins, stocks fall.
An example of correlation is the Super Bowl Indicator
, which is highly correlated at 82 percent.
I put zero stock in the Super Bowl indicator," he said in an interview.
Regardless of the naysayers, the senior Stovall says he enjoys tracking statistics like the Super Bowl indicator.
com)-- The Super Bowl Indicator claims that the DJIA goes up for the year as a whole when the winner comes from the original National Football League, but when an original American Football League or expansion team wins, the DJIA falls.
8220;But the Super Bowl Indicator might be starting to lose some of its 'Lucky Rabbit's Foot' powers,” points out Geraci Jr.
Another and simpler way to look at the Super Bowl indicator
, Detrick says, is to look at the average gain for the Dow after the NFC wins vs.