The coronavirus chaos has turned a historical market trend on its head.
According to Bespoke Investment Group co-founder Paul Hickey, buying and holding stocks in extended hours trading has morphed into a losing proposition for investors.
Typically, it has been a time frame that’s more profitable than buying at the open and selling at the close.
“This year has been a lot different. Holding equities outside of regular trading hours has actually resulted in a decline of 28% while holding during the trading session has resulted in a gain of about 6%,” he told CNBC’s “Trading Nation” on