In "Why investors should watch the Weather Channel" (Economic Trends, Feb. 14), you reported on a study that said, "on average, stock prices were stronger on sunny days than on cloudy days." You concluded that "a sunny day on Wall Street still seems like a good day to buy stocks." Wrong. It's a good day to sell stocks. You want to buy stocks on cloudy days, when the prices are weaker.

Bruno Simon

Houston

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