Do You Trade Stock Gaps?
“If I could only trade one strategy, it would be early morning gaps”
Kevin Haggerty – Former Head of Trading Fidelity Capital Markets
For three decades, gap trading has been one of the most popular and successful strategies for traders who have identified when and how to trade stock gaps. The problem is that there are literally thousands of gaps every year. So how does the average trader know which ones to trade, where to enter them and where to properly exit the positions?
Are you currently trading stock gaps on a regular basis? If your answer is no, I highly recommend reading our new Special Gap Trading set of guidebooks from the Connors Research Trading Strategy Series. Click here to learn more.
We decided to focus on trading stock gaps for the third guidebook in my Connors Research Trading Strategy Series. The research supports what many professionals already know: when it’s done correctly, gap trading can be extremely lucrative.
Strong Results Indicated in How to Trade High Probability Stock Gaps
What you will see in this strategy are many hundreds of short-term set-ups which have been correct greater than 68% of the time (a very high win percentage). And the average gain per trade (this includes all winning and losing trades) has averaged up to 6.25% per trade since 2001!
The research covered thousands of stock gaps (every gap from 2001 through 2011) and identified several hundred that showed the best performance. Full disclosure is provided in the guide, along with all the trading parameters you need to your own similar trades, including:
- How to identify the best Stock Gaps set- ups.
- How to select the best entry levels that fit your trading style
Where to exactly place your orders each day.
- Where and when to exactly exit your orders.
If you rely on data, not opinion, to make your trading decisions, and you want the ability to choose the best variations to trade your strategies, you’ll find a lot to interest you in this guide.
To immediately download your copy of How to Trade High Probability Stock Gaps – 2nd Edition, please click here.
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