Super Bowl rule

Super Bowl Rule

An indicator that few follow seriously stating that a Super Bowl win by an NFC team will result in a market uptrend for the coming year, while a win by an AFC team portends a downtrend. The Super Bowl indicator has been correct more than four years out of every five, but most believe this to be simply coincidence.

Super Bowl rule

A technical indicator that holds that if a team from the American Football Conference wins the Super Bowl, the stock market will decline during the year, but if a team from the National Football Conference wins the Super Bowl, the stock market will experience an up year.
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It's a littleknown Super Bowl rule - so little-known that I am the only one who knows it - that you must always back the team who won earlier in the season at Wembley.
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