Get Email Alert When S&P500 Trend Turns Down

Do you want to get an immediate warning when the trend for the S&P 500 starts to go down? Do you want to know when to sell your S&P 500 index funds?

The long-term trend for the S&P 500 is pointing up since March 11, 2016. At that moment the S&P 500 stood at 2,022. Now, about a year later, the gains are over 22%.

How much higher will it go before the trend will turn? Nobody knows. History shows that it could easily take another 2 years and another 30% gain. It could also be this month.

Proven Trend Signal


Currencies Impact Stock Market Profits

2015 started with an eventful January. The continued decline of the Euro versus the US Dollar had a major impact on the stock markets around the world.

During January, the German DAX gained 9.1% and the S&P 500 lost 3.1%.
However, this is before taking into account the impact of currency price developments.

Measured in Euros, the German DAX gained 9.1% during January. However, measured in US Dollars the DAX only gained 1.7% during January.

Measured in US Dollars the S&P 500 lost 3.1% during the month. However, measured in Euros, the S&P 500 gained 3.9%.


Stock Market Profits in Dollars and Euros


European investors gained during January, regardless if they invested at home or in the US markets.

S&P 500 Trend Signal Email Alert

Following the requests from many of our visitors, we are launching now the S&P 500 Trend Signal Email Alert.


If you are just interested in getting an email alert when the long-term trend of the S&P 500 index changes direction, click here.


When you sign up for this email alert service, you will get immediately an email from us when the MATI signal indicates a shift in the long-term trend direction.


This may happen only once or twice in the few years. We are talking long-term trends here.

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