|Bull Market & Bear Market Timing Signal
Current Signal: Bull Market
Date Signal Turned Bullish: 3/27/2009
Signal Updated: August 15, 2014
This signal is generated by Signaltrend's proprietary algorithm and is updated weekly.
Index closing prices for first trading day after the 3/27/2009 signal change:
7522.02 (DJIA), 797.87 (S&P 500) and 1551.6 (NASDAQ).
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President of SignalTrend Inc. and editor of SignalTrend's web properties.