A classic reference book on buying stock and other investments. May be a bit dated by now.
It gives reasons for the best hours of the day, best days of the week, best days of the month, and best months of the year.
Each month is analyzed as to its strengths, quirks, and weaknesses, all in relation to the other eleven.
The author also touches on new issues, contrarian investing, and insiders' trading activities.
But the bulk of the book consists of 82 tables and 51 figures (covering all sorts of stock market moves) and an appendix of 33 years of weekly closings of the Dow Industrials, with daily point changes through 1985.