When the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Kansas Metropolis Chiefs face off in Tremendous Bowl LV this weekend, one strategist will likely be expecting an attention-grabbing improvement off the sphere.

In accordance with Ryan Detrick, chief market strategist at LPL Monetary, historical past factors to raised outcomes for the market ought to one group win over the opposite. He defined the coincidental correlation to CNBC’s “Trading Nation.”

“It is referred to as the Tremendous Bowl indicator,” Detrick stated on Wednesday. “It is a enjoyable one. We don’t make investments on this, let’s be very clear, however, traditionally talking when the NFC group wins, the inventory market does loads higher the entire 12 months, and when an AFC group wins, the inventory market does just a little bit worse.”

This 12 months, the Nationwide Soccer Convention group is the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, led by quarterback Tom Brady; the American Soccer Convention group is represented by Kansas Metropolis Chiefs with Patrick Mahomes as quarterback.

Since 1967, the S&P 500 has risen a median 10.2% for the total 12 months when the NFC wins and seven.1% when the AFC wins.

However, whereas Tom Brady has switched to an NFC group this 12 months from AFC group New England Patriots, previous efficiency suggests he is not a winner for the market.

“When Tom Brady’s been within the sport, 9 occasions  —that is his file tenth Tremendous Bowl — the S&P’s truly flat for the 12 months,” stated Detrick. “He is perhaps the GOAT [greatest of all time], however he is not the GOAT for the inventory market.”

The S&P 500 is up 3% for the 12 months to date and hit file highs on Friday.