The Bull & Bear Tracker’s net cash profit for the first week of December was 2.3%.  The S&P 500 eked out a slight 0.16% gain for the week. See chart below.

The Bull & Bear Tracker was also less risky than S&P 500 since it was 100% invested for only two days during the first week of December. 

From April 9, 2018, when the first signal was published through November 30, 2019, the Bull & Bear Tracker produced a cumulative return of 59.4% vs. 19.8% percent for the S&P 500. Since the Bull & Bear Tracker’s signals were tweaked in June 2019, it’s the average return per month has been 5.5%. See “Bull & Bear Tracker Now Averaging 5.5% Monthly”, December 3, 2019.

The Bull & Bear Tracker has steadily outperformed the S&P 500 since the first signal was published because its signals enable an investor to profit from market corrections and crashes.  The Bull & Bear Tracker monitors the global markets 24 hours per day to predict the direction of the S&P 500, the world’s most liquid and largest stock market index.  When the Bull & Bear Tracker reads that the S&P 500 is headed higher its signal is green.  When the market is headed lower its signal is red. The Bull & Bear Tracker is always in the market with either a green or red signal.  

The Bull & Bear Tracker’s signals are utilized to trade exchange traded funds (ETFs) which mimic the performance of the S&P 500.  A long ETF is utilized when the signal is green.  A short or inverse ETF is utilized when the signal is red.  For example, when the S&P 500 advances by 10% while under a green signal the long ETF increases by 10%.  Conversely, should the S&P 500 decline by 10% while a red signal is in effect the inverse or short ETF would increase by 10%.

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