The Bull & Bear Tracker (BBT) algorithm produced gains for January and February of 2022 versus the S&P 500’s losses.  For the first two months of 2022, the BBT gained 6.79% versus the S&P 500’s decline of 8.39%.

The table and chart below depict the Bull & Bear Tracker’s gains versus the S&P 500 losses for the volatile market conditions which occurred for the S&P 500 from 2018 to 2022.  The BBT is either long or short the S&P 500, 365 days per year. 

Based on my analysis the S&P 500’s PE multiples and the consumer price index (CPI) from 1871-2022, and the effect that the CPI has on the index and its multiple, the Secular Bull which began in 2009 ended on January 4, 2022 at the S&P 500’s all-time high of 4818.62. See “Due to inflation’s effect on PE, S&P 500 to decline 45%”. To prepare for the first secular bear since 2000-2009 view video “What is the difference between a secular bear and a cyclical bear?” below. The Bull & Bear Tracker (BBT) algorithm is the ideal vehicle for a secular bear market. The BBT trades inverse ETFs which increase when the S&P 500 declines.

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