Track Record

Market Expectation Letter

The following dates are the Expectation Indicator signals to stock market trend changes.  A bear market is a down bias and a bull market is an up bias. For Testimonials to Lou Ebner’s method and book, click here.

6/8/09 – Bear Bias
7/13/09 – Bull Bias
9/28/09 – Bear Bias
2/4/10 – Bull Bias
4/23/10 – Bear Bias (About a week before the “flash crash”!)
10/18/10 – Bubble – most likely caused by excessive monetary manipulation by the US Federal Reserve.
9/16/11 Bubble Popped
10/24/11 – Bull Bias
4/18/12 – Bear Bias
6/12/12 – Bull Bias (IT STILL A BULL BIAS AND LONGEST RUNNING LOW EXPECTATION ENVIRONMENT SINCE THE INCEPTION OF THE EXPECTATIONS INDICATOR)

Almost all of the above signals where proceeded by a stock market trend change. Lou Ebner has evolved his interpretation method of the Expectation Indicator which has provided more potential opportunities then just the primary trend changes.

Market Expectation Letter Track Record

Market Expectation Letter Track Record from 1/1/2012 to 2/15/2013 as reflected on a chart of the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA)

* DJIA – Dow Jones Industrial Average

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