No Load Fund/ETF Tracker updated through 6/25/2009

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My latest No Load Fund/ETF Tracker has been posted at:

In a repeat of last week, the major indexes closed slightly lower.

Our Trend Tracking Index (TTI) for domestic funds/ETFs has now crossed its trend line (red) to the upside by +2.46% keeping the current buy signal intact. The effective date was June 3, 2009.

The international index has now broken above its long-term trend line by +9.22%. A Buy signal was triggered effective May 11, 2009. We are holding our positions subject to a trailing stop loss.

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For more details, and the latest market commentary, as well as the updated No load Fund/ETF StatSheet, please see the above link.
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  1. Ulli,
    How long did it take you to be disciplined to follow your trend change in the contexts of all your emotion that a market may be just ""too high"" when it turns positive to reinvest.
    Is that still a very powerful force. You even seem to hedge your rules a bit waiting for the price to go 'X' amount your trend line.
    Is that a big advantage of a fee based service to invest others funds. There is not much in this economy or earnings that justify any rise in the mkt even 6 months out. When the mkt rises because unemployment figs were only 500,000rather then 525,000 or whatever is testament to a certain amount of decoupling at least my perspective. So mechanical or fee based service may eliminate shoudl intrepretation.

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