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Click here for performance history Buy and hold invested on: Mid-term Indicant Balance Buy and Hold Balance Indicant Performance Advantage Number of Bull/Bear Cycles

Average Duration of Bull/Bear Cycles

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Number of Weeks in Current Cycle Click Here for Current Status
DJIA January 6, 1900 $69,468,660 $3,794,505 1730.8% 118 39 129 DJIA
S&P 500 January 6, 1950 $3,543,785 $1,668,598 112.4% 62 47 127 S&P 500
NASDAQ January 29, 1971 $2,213,128 $783,911 182.3% 43 47 127 NASDAQ
S&P100 August 6, 1982 $228,291 $240,189 -5.0% 30 52 129 S&P100
NAS100 October 4, 1985 $1,374,090 $673,023 104.2% 20 79 127 NAS100
DJT October 19, 1928 $38,498,714 $794,060 4748.3% 82 41 97 DJT
DJU January 18, 1929 $685,781 $83,421 722.1% 89 38 5 DJU
DJC65 January 1, 1993 $84,458 $70,810 19.3% 19 62 129 DJC65
S&P400 January 1, 1993 $140,030 $126,836 10.4% 20 58 127 S&P400
S&P600 August 25, 1995 $72,976 $89,832 -18.8% 21 48 127 S&P600

                 

 

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~08/12/2018-Weekly Summary. The Mid-term Indicant generated one buy signal and one sell signal. The Mid-term Indicant is signaling hold for 250-stocks and funds out of the 320-tracked. They are up by an average of 219.6%, annualized at 49.2% since their respective buy signals an average of 231.9-weeks ago. The Mid-term Indicant is avoiding 69-stocks and funds. They are down an average of 19.8% since their respective sell signals an average of 75.3-weeks ago. There have been 57-buy signals and 76-sell signals this year.

 

Using the Dow Jones Industrial Average, the Indicant's account balance is $45,155,428 since 1900 while buy and hold is at $2,353,298. The Indicant has outperformed buy and hold by 1,820.2% since 1900 by avoiding stock market bears. Click here for current current bull or bear signal. Click this sentence for a history lesson, bull/bear signals, and access to charts since 1900.

Using the S&P500 Index, the Indicant's account balance is $2,285,850 since 1950 while buy and hold is at $1,049,817. The Indicant has outperformed buy and hold by 117.7% since 1900 by avoiding stock market bears. Click here for current bull or bear signal. Click here for the bull/bear signals since 1950 and access to charts.

Using the NASDAQ Index, the Indicant's account balance is $1,176,913 since 1971 while buy and hold is at $410,388. The Indicant has outperformed buy and hold by 186.8% since 1971 by avoiding stock market bears. A buy and hold buyer since 2000 is still down double-digit amounts. Click here for current bull or bear signal. Click here for a history of bull/bear signals since 1971 and access to charts.

For those interested in the Dow Theory Forecast, the Indicant account balance is $26,712,050, while buy and hold is at $521,886 since 1928. The Indicant has outperformed buy and hold by 5,018.4% since 1928. Click here for current bull or bear signal. Click here for historical transactions and access to charts since 1928. Transport cycles are clearer than other indices.

 

 

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