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History:  1926-1950
A lifetime's experience didn't prepare
investors for the 89% decline of the
1929-1932 Super Bear Market.  
SignalTrend gathers the
experience of many lifetimes into
one Timing Model!
History:  1900-1925
Includes 19 years with virtually no
capital gains for the stock market. A
good Timing Signal was the only way
to win !
History:  1951-1975
1966 marked the end of a 22 year
super bull market. Without Stock
Market Timing, the next 17 years were
full of false hopes and disappointments.
History:  1976-2000
Super bull markets ended in 1929,
1966 & 2000. Since 1900 we've had 3
Super Bulls, 2 Super Sideways and 1
Super Bear.
Over 40 of those 104
years have been Super Sideways
or Super Bear markets.
Market
Timing is the only way!
History:  2001-2005
Similar to the 4 years following the end
of the 1966 Super Bull! SignalTrend...
Clues to the future from the test of a
century!
DJIA
History:  1950-1975
1972 marked the end of a 22 year
super bull market in the NASDAQ. Buy
and Hold took 7 long years for stocks
to recover from the '72-'74 Bear
Market.
History:  1976-2000
The year 2000... the beginning of a
tumultuous end to the 27 year Super
Bull market in the NASDAQ.
History:  2001-2005
The 2000-2002 Bear Market in the
NASDAQ was nearly as crushing
as the 1929-1932 Bear Market of
the Great Depression!
There was
no precedent for such a decline in the
NASDAQ. The index didn't exist until
the 50's.
SignalTrend used its
research on the pre-1950 DJIA to
generate  NASDAQ signals in the
new millennium...  Signals that
turned Bearish when the NASDAQ
turned Bearish in 2000.

SignalTrend... providing clues to the
future from the test of a century!
NASDAQ
History:  1950-1975
1966 marked the end of a 22 year
super bull market. Without a Stock
Market Timing Signal, it would take 17
volatile years for the stock market to
make and hold new highs.
History:  1976-2000
The last Super bull market ended in
2000. Previous Super Bulls ended in
1929 & 1966. Both were followed by
multiple severe protracted Bear
Markets. 2000 has been followed by
one  severe protracted Bear Market...
Will there be more? Any credible Stock
Market Timing Signal should be tested
over those bearish periods.  
SignalTrend's backtest of the S&P
500 begins in 1950 because that is
earliest date for which sufficient
data is available.
History:  2001-2005
The 2000-2002 Bear Market in the
S&P 500 was worse than the
1972-1974 Bear Market!   SignalTrend
signaled both!... providing clues to the
future from the test of a century.
S&P 500
History: 1900-2004
104 Year Chart of the Dow!
History: 1950-2004
54 Year Chart of the S&P 500!
History: 1950-2004
54 Year Chart of the NASDAQ!
Stock History Reports
SignalTrend
Best
Worst
DJIA             (1896-2005)
S&P 500      (1950-2005)
NASDAQ     (1950-2005)
May
33% (1975)
-28% (1932)
4.8% (2007)
27% (1975)
-11% (1970)
4.5% (2007)
31% (1975)
-19% (1973)
4.5% (2007)
DJIA         (1896-2006)
S&P 500  (1950-2006)
NASDAQ (1950-2006)
January - April
The best and worst historic returns for the subject month are shown for the Dow,
S&P 500 and NASDAQ.

1896-2005 is the review period for the DJIA. 1950-2005 is the review period for
the S&P 500 and the NASDAQ.  

For example, the best and worst DJIA returns are presented on the first row. The
percentage return under the Best heading of the first row represents the best
return for the subject month in the DJIA from 1896 through 2005. That return
occurred in the year shown in parentheses immediately to the right of the return.

Dividends are not included.
This table is updated monthly.
The best and worst historic returns for the subject period are shown for the Dow,
S&P 500 and NASDAQ.

1896-2005 is the review period for the DJIA. 1950-2005 is the review period for
the S&P 500 and the NASDAQ.  

For example, the best and worst DJIA returns are presented on the first row. The
percentage return under the Best heading of the first row represents the best
return for the subject period in the DJIA from 1896 through 2005. That return
occurred in the year shown in parentheses immediately to the right of the return.

Dividends are not included.
This table is updated monthly.
Review the tables above every month to assess best case and worst case scenarios
based on actual stock history
. Graphs from 1900 will show the volatility of major
indexes. Just click one of the stock market history links below!

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14%  (1919)
-22%  (1940)
9%  (1990)
-9%  (1962)
11%  (1997)
-16%  (1962)
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SignalTrend's Stock History Reports condense
volumes of often confusing stock history into reports
you can actually use. Monthly and year to date
historical returns for the Dow, S&P 500 and NASDAQ
are updated monthly.  
helping you... manage your investments
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