Following bear signal #02 was frustrating to
the Indicant. The Dow jumped north, but it took nearly a full calendar
quarter before crossing above the short-term blue curve. During this
tumultuous period, the Indicant lost value.
signal #02 on Nov 10, 1978, the Indicant account was at $3,552,933.
signal #08 on Mar 7, 1980, it was down to $3,276,125. For twenty-years
we have attempted to fix that problem and there is no known mathematical
or fundamental solution to it.
High speed trading phenomena in the 2007
appeared to be a bit better than the Indicant, but lost all the money they
had made since the beginning, as their AI (artificial intelligence)
methods attempted to correct.
With that, it is believed absolute perfection
is not possible. In other words, universal law mandates taking it on the
chin from time to time. We are still searching for absolute perfection. If
we find it, members will be the second to know it.
signal #10 on Jul 24, 1981, the Indicant balance was at $3,593,112.
Buy and hold was at $140,420. Even with imperfections, the Indicant was
outperforming buy and hold by 2,458.8%