Here you will find a detailed list with every daily indicator market call and how that ends up in an overal result compared to the benchmark S&P 500 for the year 2015.
This year has been flat for the S&P 500, but still there have been some strong up and down moves during the year. With every move a trader may think a new trend has started, but then it reverses again. Flat markets are therefore the most difficult to trade in my view. In a strong trending market you preferably want to trade with the trend, but in a flat market this extra 'help' is not available.
A note about the statistics as usual, I wasn't able to provide the reader each and every trading day with a trading signal because I have other daily obligations as well. For statistical purposes those values have been filled in later on to keep track of the performance of the Greed and Fear indicator.
For a more in depth explanation about how the results are calculated, there's more: How do the daily signals add up?