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Buy Don't Hold V2 Signals

Buy—Don’t Hold:

Current Signals

1) NASDAQ Composite Index 100 Day Moving Average Crossover: A buy signal (+1) is generated when the Nasdaq Composite index rises above the 100-day moving average. A sell signal (–1) is generated when the index crosses below the moving average.

Select "Indicators" then "Moving Average" then close the selection window.  Change moving average duration from the default 9 days to 100 days
by selecting "Format" then change length to 100 then hit blue  "OK" button.
 
 

2) MACD On NASDAQ Composite Index: A buy signal (+1) is generated when the MACD line crosses above the signal line. A sell signal (–1) is generated when MACD line crosses below the signal line.

Select "Indicators" then "MACD" then close the selection window.

  
3) AAII Investor Sentiment Survey Bullish Percentage: A buy signal (+1) is generated when the percentage bullish signal drops to 25% and then rises the following week. A sell signal (–1) is generated when the percentage bullish signal rises to 50% and then drops the following week. If no new signal is generated in the last six months then a neutral (0) signal is generated.


4) NASDAQ Summation Index Moving Average Crossover With MACD Confirmation: A buy signal (+1) is generated when the $NASI moves above its 5 day EMA and that is confirmed by the MACD crossing its signal line on or near the same day. A sell signal (–1) is generated when the index falls below the 5 day EMA and the MACD has a confirming sell signal on or near the same day.

Click on this StockCharts.com link to see the chart. 





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