Bradley Model Performance Using a Very Simplistic Approach
|One method of employing
the Bradley Model, especially appealing to some, is to apply it
using the annual low and high (or the major low and high points) of
the Bradley Siderograph Indicator each year as Buy and Sell signals,
respectively. Sometimes there isn't a low for the year since,
for example, the Bradley Siderograph may be trending lower into the
following year (this occurred at the end of 2002 and the beginning
of 2003) ... same goes for occasional Bradley Siderograph uptrends
continuing into the succeeding year. This method using
Bradley's Siderograph is not suited for everyone. The approach
may be boring to some, particularly traders. However; check
the results below using this simple approach vs. the major stock
averages, ETFs and several mutual funds since we began tracking
Bradley using this method live in early 1998.
The performance numbers below includes dividends except on the market averages, i.e., Dow Jones Industrials, S&P 500, NYSE Stock Composite, NASDAQ Composite, Value Line Geometric and Arithmetic, and Dow Jones Total Stock Market. It also includes assumed earned interest while out of the market at the average of the Fidelity Cash Reserves (a large U.S. money market fund) 7-day compound rates on sell and buy dates. Transaction costs and taxes are not included. This approach has an impressive track record perhaps worthy of consideration. It is doubtful its success can be attributed only to a string of coincidences ... if so, it's quite a string.
signal, October 19, 2016, was a Buy signal by the method
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|The following performance summary of was compiled
by the creator of a Bradley Siderograph Indicator calculating software.
These results were derived from real-time monitoring and based on the computed
Bradley Siderograph Indicator from our software, which is for sale. If you find these
results interesting and want to know more, the complete details of our Bradley
software is at http://aunegl.com
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ANNUALIZED COMPOUND GROWTH PERCENTAGE RATES:
Industrials 8.48 4.72 20 1 7.57 9.23 $45021 $22936 50.61
*N.M. = "Not Meaningful" since the portfolio involves 2 non-concurrent
with opposing objectives, therefore at risk 100% of the time.
** Name changed from Fidelity Contra II Fund to Fidelity Growth Discovery Fund on
# Formerly Dow Wilshire 5000 Index.
+ Formerly Strong Investments' funds.
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