Historical Performance of Stock Day Trading Alerts - Stocks Buy Alerts

Historical Performance of Stock Day Trading Alerts

Here you can find stock charts for each of day trading alerts generated since the beginning of 2017. I hope these charts will help you to analyze your stock trading approach and make it more profitable.

Explanation of the charts:

  • The title of each chart includes Symbol, Alert Time, Alert price.
  • The first chart form the top is RSI index.
  • Second, is the price chart of the stock. I decided not to display the price after 3 PM in order to make the charts more readable.
  • The third is the SPY price chart for the same timeframe to give you an idea on the market conditions.
  • And the last one is MACD for the original symbol.

Fantastic Day Trading Alerts Performance in March 2019

March 2019 was mostly a good month in the markets.  It was just great in terms of performance of day trading alerts provided by
stocksbuyalerts.com! Large-cap domestic stocks (S&P 500 Index) and bonds (Bloomberg Barclays US Aggregate Index) saw the highest returns, up 1.94% and 1.92% respectively. Global stocks nearly erasing losses incurred in Q4. However, gains in March accumulated at a slower pace than either January or February and were more concentrated. Bonds continued to impress, as investors drove yields lower in the wake of the Fed confirming further rate hikes are expected to be on ice for the remainder of the year.

The rapid Q4 correction and 2019 recovery whipsawed many investors who reacted emotionally. After an extraordinary lack of volatility in 2017, recent choppiness is a good reminder that markets don’t go in a straight line and strong up and down moves should both be expected and planned for. Those with a strategic plan were able to benefit from tax management and rebalancing and we believe remain by far most likely to emerge from full market cycles successfully.

Day Trading Alerts generated by our AI-powered system could definitely help you to out perform the market in March 2019! See the summary charts.

See all day trading alerts generated in March 2019

February 2019

US stocks continued to rebound in February 2019, generating the strongest performance for the major asset classes in February. Foreign stocks, high-yield bonds and US real estate investment trusts (REITs) also rose while investment-grade bonds in the US and abroad slumped.

Equities in the US were the clear winner last month. The Russell 3000 Index increased 3.5%, marking the second straight monthly advance in 2019. Year to date, US equities are ahead by a sizzling 12.4%.

Last month’s biggest loser for the major asset classes: foreign government bonds in developed markets. The FTSE Russell World Government Bond Index shed 1.3%, the first monthly loss for the benchmark since last October.

See the alerts generated in February 2019

January 2019

Here is the 2019 YTD performance of the major market indices (as of the close on 1/31/19):

  • S&P 500 (SPX)                         +7.9%
  • Nasdaq Composite (COMPX)   +9.7%
  • Dow Industrials (DJI)                 +7.2%
  • Russell 2000 (RUT)                  +11.2%

Can the market correction can “officially” be declared over? It doesn’t really matter, because our alerts can help you stay profitable even if the market goes down.

See the January 2019 summary.

2018: Our stock trading alerts could help you stay profitable in such an ugly year

2018 was a record-setting year for stocks, but it’s one investors would rather forget. The Dow fell 5.6%. The S&P 500 was down 6.2% and the Nasdaq fell 4%. It was the worst year for stocks since 2008 and only the second year the Dow and S&P 500 fell in the past decade. (The S&P 500 and Dow were down slightly in 2015, but the Nasdaq was higher that year.)

December was a particularly dreadful month: The S&P 500 was down 9% and the Dow was down 8.7% — the worst December since 1931. In one seven-day stretch, the Dow fell by 350 points or more six times. This year’s Christmas Eve was the worst ever for the index.

Meanwhile, our AI-powered trading alerts demonstrated great performance!

See the summary for 2018 here.

2017: Great performance on a bull market

2017 will be remembered for an equity bull market in full force and synchronized global growth.

It was a record-setting year for equity markets. In the U.S., the S&P 500 index recorded a positive return in each month of the year for the first time in history.  On the way to that historical achievement, the S&P 500 hit 62 record closing highs.  That was only one of the major U.S. equity indices to set several record closing highs.  The Dow Jones Industrial Average set 71 new highs, the largest number of closing highs in a single year, topping the previous record set in 1995.  The technology company heavy Nasdaq Composite had 72 new highs during the year. 

Stock Market Returns in 2017

See the summary of 2017’s alerts here.

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