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In my book, the NAHL is still bearish based on EMA13. The 99 day DBE on the S&P will probably turn bearish in about a week.
I look at them independently. If NAHL turns bullish I'll add 10% to my stock allocation. If DBE turns bearish I'll reduce it by 20%. If both happen I'll end up with 10% less allocated to stocks than I do now.

Elan
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