( HINT: Click-and-drag left-to-right on a chart to zoom in to a specific date range. Double-click on a chart to zoom back out. )
Log in or subscribe to see recent values.
The CrystalBull Trading Indicator Chart vs. S&P500The above chart shows intraday values of the S&P500, while the gauge shows the corresponding intraday readings of our CrystalBull Trading Indicator. The CrystalBull Trading Indicator uses a proprietary model to try to determine strength and weakness in the market, and to identify possible entry and exit points. Our hope is that this indicator may reduce the "buy-high-sell-low" tendencies of the typical investor.
HOW TO USE: The yellow line in the center chart represents the CrystalBull Trading Indicator. It is displayed in a standard technical analysis format, where a reading above +50 (red line) represents a possible negative trend reversal (market appears overbought, and may trend downward going forward), and a reading below -50 (green line) represents a possible favorable trend reversal (market appears oversold, and may trend higher going forward). The Indicator chart draws a line from data point to data point, from one day's close to the next. Where that line crosses the green or red line is not relevant; Monitor only the data points along the line.
From Dec. 31, 1996 through Mar. 28, 2023, following the CrystalBull Trading Indicator would have, hypothetically, produced a Total Return 93 times that of a Buy-and-Hold strategy (70628.39% vs. 755.81%), with an average compound annual total return of 28.42% APR (The compound annual growth rate of the S&P 500 during this period was just 8.53% APR). The Indicator had 307 round turn trades (about one per month), and was in the market (exposed to market risk) 51% of the time. It had a maximum drawdown during this period of 21.57%. Click here to see the Historical Performance of the CrystalBull Trading Indicator