Bullseye and Bearseye Signals

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These signals are designed to tell you when a bull or bear market may be approaching.

Both signals have predicted, with scary accuracy, major downturns and upturns after being triggered.

Previous Bear Performance

  • August 1998: Down 8%
  • December 2000 — October 2002: Down 38%
  • August 2007 — March 2009: Down 52%
  • August 2015 — February 2016: Down 3%
  • October — December 2018: Down 11%

Previous Bull Performance

  • January 1991 — April 1994: Up 34.45%
  • May 2003 — August 2007: Up 50.71%
  • July 2009 — August 2015: Up 93.26%
  • April 2016 — February 2018: Up 26.05%
  • March 2019 — February 2020: Up 20.36%

How Are the Signals Triggered?

For Bull Markets…

Prior to triggering a Bull signal, the Stock State Indicator (SSI) Red Distribution was greater than or equal to 60%.

After that, the Red distribution sank below the 60% threshold.

So, a Bull signal can be triggered when the SSI Red Distribution drops from at or above 60% to below 60%.

Note: A Bull signal can be triggered while the overall market is still in the SSI Red Zone.

Bull Signals can also be triggered when the overall market triggers an SSI Entry Signal.

So, a Bull signal can be triggered when:

  • The Red SSI Distribution drops below 60% only after being at or above 60%
  • An SSI Entry Signal is triggered

For Bear Markets…

There are two requirements for a Bear signal to trigger:

  1. The SSI Red Distribution must be at or greater than 40%.
  2. The Index must be in the SSI Red Zone.

Beyond these two requirements, there are some time elements to consider.

First, the SSI must trigger a stop loss. Then, within two days, the SSI Red distribution must be at or above 40%. If these conditions are met, a Bear signal will trigger.

Below is an example for when the S&P 500 triggered a Bear signal on the same day it was stopped out. This is because the SSI Red Distribution was already over 40%.

Bullish or Bearish…

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