126-day returns for the US Dollar where the Copper-Gold ratio's 89-day rate of change has been less than or equal to -0.29137314
Info: There were 1 instances of this market event in the last 5 years. They are indicated below with vertical lines.
This table compares the return statistics of your query with that of the asset's full history
Query Result Set
Full Return Set
Number of Occurences
Mean Value of Return Set
The T-Statistic can be thought of as a signal to noise ratio. The further from zero
this value is the more reliable the market condition has been, historically. It tells you
how different the mean returns are for this query from the mean returns of the full price history.
It's better than just looking at the mean returns because it adjusts for the number of occurences,
and the variance of those occurences.