Highlight for US Market

We were out of the market for 2001 to 2003 tech bubble burst. We returned for the 2003 to 2008 bull run and sold in early 2008.

 

 


Scope

The market indicator is developed based on 40 years of US markets and markets of many other countries. Countries covered in the page:

US1999_Present
US1989_1998
US1979_1988
US1969_1978
Canada
Mexico
Brazil

UK
France
Germany
Italy
Belgium
Netherlands
Switzerland
Sweden
Austria
Spain

China
Japan
India
Korea
HongKong
Singapore
Malaysia
Australia

A+ Stocks Indicator for World Markets


Our A+ Indicator is charted below. When the A+ Indicator goes below 55, it is time to sell. When the indicator passes up through 65, it is time to buy. Updated on 12/9/2018 (weekly).

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  stock market indicator chart for US


While many trading systems for individual stocks are very successful, it is much harder to time the whole market consistently. Why? The market does not provide enough data to study. It also takes many years to prove that someone can catch the market cycles. .

In order to have more reference data, we back tested on markets of the past 40 years. With help of our friends overseas, we looked at the markets around the world.

We developed the indicator after the early 2000 tech bubble. The purpose of the indicator is to forecast long term severe downturns. In early 2008, it yielded a selling signal. We watched the market with some curiosity. The 2008 market meltdown convinced us one more time that our indicator is meaningful.