As shown in my June 6 communication, the 8 deep and very deep Monthly DJIA Coppock Curve buy signals which occurred between 12/1/61 and 5/30/03 comprise 4 distinct pairs with respect to trading day time path patterns generated by plotting the Six by Ten CI-NCI Ratio against the inverted Six by Ten TRIN.
The 8 time spans charted are the trading days from the Six by Ten CI-NCI Ratio's (last) dip to 0.9500 until the date of each buy signal; or, when there is no such dip, the 600 trading day time window prior to each buy signal.
The main point in that communication is that the 5/30/03 buy signal shares a time path pattern with the 4/28/78 buy signal. The 4/28/78 signal having been relatively unsuccessful, the implication is that the 5/30/03 may also be relatively unsuccessful.
Now consider the first 250 trading days AFTER each of those 8 signals (except in the case of 5/30/03 which happened only 20 trading days ago.)
So far, these 8 post signal time paths also pair off into 4 patterns, although in the case of 5/30/03 it's far too early to judge.