Arthur Hill, CMT

Stock-Signals: Rotation Strategy S&P 500 (Premium)

Traders can use this page to run a rotation strategy that trades stocks in the S&P 500 (excluding financials). The page starts with a signal summary for the last two weeks. This includes recent entries and exits. We then show the ranking tables for the current week and prior week.

Stock-Signals: S&P 500 Trend Composite Signals (Free)

The Trend Composite is a trend indicator that aggregate signals in five indicators. Bollinger Bands (125,1), Keltner Channels (125,2), 5-day Rate-of-Change of 125-day SMA, StochClose (125,5) and CCI-Close (125). Click on any column heading to sort. This table is updated every Friday before the open.

Market Timing – Composite Breadth Model

This page shows the current Market Regime using the Composite Breadth Model and the situation in the credit markets with yield spreads. These indicators are very different, but they go hand in hand when assessing the state of the financial markets.

Getting Started with TrendInvestorPro!

This page shows users how to navigate the website and explains the offerings. We cover the publishing schedule for Chart Trader and signal updates for System Trader. Attention then turns to my trading and analysis style and the tools of the trade.

Breadth Charts and ChartList – Get an Edge with Inside Information

Breadth indicators are also referred to as market internals. As the “vital signs” for an index or sector, breadth indicators reflect aggregate performance for the individual components. As such, breadth indicators can provide leading signals by strengthening before a bottom or weakening ahead of a top. After all, the whole is only as good as the sum of the parts

Ordinary Dividends: To Adjust or Not to Adjust

Dividends may seem like harmless add-ons when it comes to price data, but they can have big effects over time. The biggest problem is that dividend adjustments create artificial prices that do not reflect reality at the time of the actual trade. There are also short-term problems as moving average values, price highs and price lows also shift after an adjustment.

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