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Long-term Indicant 1930-1940

In August 1933 the LT Indicant crossed below the LT Trip Line. This signaled the market was turning bullish. At that time the Dow Jones Industrial Average was at 102.4 or 70% below the Indicant's last sell signal in September 1929.

The LT Indicant crossed above the LT Trip Line in September 1937 with the Dow at 155. The looming threat of World War II stimulated significant nervousness in the LT Indicant. It hovered above the LT Trip Line throughout most of World War II. When the LT Indicant is above the LT Trip Line and the market is below the Lag Line, it is recommended to remain out of the stock market.

The buy/sell cycle in the LT Indicant was relatively short, lasting only four years. But the LT Indicant investor enjoyed a 50% increase in their investment between August 1933 and November 1937.

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