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Welcome to the home of the Greedometer® market risk gauges.  On the left side of the page is the interactive strategic Greedometer gauge with all 10 input parameters shown. The top 4 are live –> move the black dot on the slider to view the real time change in risk.  (In order to protect intellectual property, not all 10 input parameters are live.)

Note: Some may be familiar with a gauge found elsewhere on the internet that became public in May 2012. It has a similar appearance, name, function, and even shares some of the same inputs used in the Greedometer algorithm.  It is apparently very coincidental that their gauge has so much in common with what was provided in an email sent to them (about the Greedometer) a year previous.  Greedometer is trademarked with the U.S. Patent and Trade Office. The trademark application was received by the USPTO  in May 2011, and approved/registered in May 2012.  Draw your own conclusions.  

 

 

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Two gauges have been developed that represent levels of investment risk exhibited in the S&P500 stock market index. The Greedometer gauge provides insight into strategic risk levels i.e., the chances of a long term stock market top or bottom occurring.  Its main objective is to warn in advance of major / historically important stock market crashes. In the period from 1881 to 1999, the Greedometer would likely have warned on three occasions, yet as of January 2014 is providing its eighth warning since year 2000.

Greedometer sequence 2007-09

 

 

 

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The mini Greedometer gauge provides insight into risk attributed to the S&P500 on a more tactical basis and is intended to be used in conjunction with the Greedometer gauge. It is intended to provide insight into interim market tops and bottoms during a protracted collapse.

 

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