Scroll down to
see the charts. They are big charts. They are intended to broaden market
perspectives and to illustrate prior Quick-term Indicant behavior and
corresponding signaling of QT Bull/Bear Cycles. The bull/bear signals on these
charts are individually established and not a reflection of the all or
none bull/bear signals.
The BO line is
the break-out line. This is simply the 252-day high. When markets set new highs,
they typically, but not always, move on up to new heights. The BD line is the
break-down line. When markets hit their annual lows, they quite often go on to
set new lows. The Quick-term Indicant helps you determine your strategy
and position during the numerous quick cycles inherent in normal and abnormal
stock market behavior.
Special Note: As
of late June 2003, you will notice the indexes contacted the breakout line for
the first time since late 1999. This is a clear indication the horrendous bear
market of the past three plus years has ended.
Click here to see the Quick-term Indicant.