I have one "high activity" signal that's purely technical that has held up not too badly.Average 53 signals per year (average 7.4 days long, then 2.1 days bearish)Not very deep history.The original backtest was Jun 2003 - May 2010.CAGR while bullish +24.3%, CAGR while bearish -37.3%.Since then, about 2.5 years, CAGR bullish +25.3%, CAGR while bearish -21.8%.It's based basically on looking at whether the S&P equal weight indexmade higher highs and/or higher lows today versus yesterday.A few rather arbitrary bits of arithmetic on that, but that's the main idea.The only input is the Yahoo price history export for RSP.I don't trade this, but it's kind of handy if I'm thinking of doing something in the next week which will either increase or decrease my market exposure.Waiting for a bullish day on this signal seems better than a dart board.Jim
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