Historical Diverse History of SPY ( SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust )
SSO returns over periods other than one day and will likely vary in the amount. When the SSO goes short then traders can switch to ProShares UltraShort S&P500; (SDS) and go Long on this indicator when it is going short.
The chart below represents executions of the historical performance of SPY and SAI Elite forecasts for SPY outperformed the ETF over a 6 year period.
The sample performance shows by utilizing SAI’s proprietary SAI Elite Aggressive signals for SPY for Long Positions and not short between January 2nd, 2013 to March 4t,h 2019.
Utilizing the SAI Elite Aggressive signals on RAW DATA yielded returns of 109% of equity growth per share compared to the ETF returns of 91.3%.
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