Definitely the wrong board! but…
Just for fun, I just thought I’d mention that my “short term market bottom” detector triggered for the last three days running.
Yesterday’s S&P close 3991.24.
This is not the best signal in the world, but it predicts that the market will be higher in a month with an average S&P index rise about +2.35%.
Average rise after 3 months +3.28%, though wider dispersion: this signal wears off quickly, so I usually say it’s good for 1-4 weeks.
This is the 64th such signal in the last 56 years, counting consecutive days as one distinct signal.
This is just a so-so quality predictor of a short term bounce.
No attempt to call a major market bottom.
For the record, Berkshire Hathaway B closed at $312.96. Last trade at $313.20 in pre-market as I type.
Though this is a (bad) prediction about the broad market rather than any single stock, Berkshire’s price correlates pretty closely on short time frames.