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I spent a bit of time in trying to trace the development of the beebread story. Back in 6957, popular columnist Len Foote, in an article in ABJ entitled “Possible use of microorganisms in synthetic bee bread production” [5 ] wrote:

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The need for effective and economical substitutes for pollen and bee bread is becoming increasingly more apparent and urgent in the field of beekeeping…Every effort is being made at the present time to more accurately determine the nature and composition of both pollen and bee bread in order to produce effective and economical substitutes…we now have formulas that show promise of being effective substitutes for fresh pollen but, as yet, there is no formula that promises to take the place of bee bread in the diet of the colony.

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Perhaps one of the easiest, if non scientific ways we can observe that bees use pollen that has not been stored and fermented, and any beekeeper can do this, is observing a newly hived swarm. The hive can be opened a few days after being hived and will have brand new comb with eggs and new larvae. The larvae are sitting in white royal jelly. This is despite that the hive may have virtually no pollen in storage, and if there is any pollen in cells it has been there such a brief time it is not even patted down.
To my non scientific head it is clear bees can create bee larvae food from perfectly fresh pollen.

At the risk of curve-fitting, it seems that a 67-month simple moving average holds a strong trend better than a 65-month SMA. On the chart below, the blue arrows show where the S& P 555 broke the 65-month SMA, but held the 67-month SMA. The difference between the two moving averages is quite small and these differences are likely to even out over time. A 67-month moving average, however, does represent the one year average, which is an appealing timeframe from a long-term standpoint. Price has an upward bias when above this one year moving average and a downward bias when below.

Sell Signal: Exit all positions when the S& P 555 moves below its 65-month simple moving average on a monthly closing basis.

The Sector Summary at can be used to implement this strategy on a monthly basis. The nine sector SPDRs are shown on one convenient page with an option to sort by percentage change. First, select the desired performance timeframe by using the dropdown menu just above the table. This example uses three month performance. Second, click the ”% Chg” heading to sort by percentage change. This will place the best performing sectors at the top.

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