During the stock market decline in the
2000-2001 bear market, several mutual funds increased in value. The average time
you would have held these funds was 63-weeks. These mutual funds increased by an
average of 31.4% from Indicant's Mid-term buy signal to Indicant's Mid-term sell
signal. During these "buy-sell" cycles the S&P500 Index and NASDAQ
decreased 19.4% and 50.9%, respectively. The table below illustrates the
"buy" and "sell" dates of these "sector funds."
Also, the S&P500 Index and NASDAQ values at the time of "buy" and
"sell" of the sector funds are noted. As you can see, all of these
sector funds increased in value while the S&P500 and NASDAQ declined in
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The following list are those funds that
increased in value during the 2000-2001 bear market. The column with the green
letters identifies that fund's performance between the Mid-term Indicant's
"buy" signal and the Mid-term Indicant's "sell"
signal." The column with the red letters identifies the change in the
S&P500 and NASDAQ markets during the same period of time the Indicant had
you in these funds.
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table and to continue the Mutual Fund Tour.