Not so long ago, on July 3, we had the opportunity to look at curious statistics on the US stock market. The table shows the average changes in the S&P-500 index for each date in the year from 1950-2018. The assumption that July 3 may turn out to be a very favorable day for the bulls was confirmed — the index grew by more than 0.7%. Then I noted that it would be interesting not only to know these averaged results by days, but also the proportion of positive outcomes on a given date. One of the readers, who is the author of the LongShort View channel, has kindly provided a new table with these statistics. Of course, you should not take both of these tables too seriously or build any strategies on their basis. Moreover, this is unlikely to succeed, if only we are not talking about daily trading.