We’re all aware that there are a myriad of ways to approach identifying pullbacks in the market, from simply cherry-picking securities to using complex variations of multiple indicators. We rigorously test and retest to create quantified pullback trading strategies that produce maximum consistency and accuracy. One of the factors we prioritize is the ‘quality’ of… [Read More]
Now that we’ve covered the initial basics of what swing trading is, and covered why buying above the 200-day moving average is so important, we can move forward to another core rule of successful swing trading: buying on pullbacks. To briefly summarize – a pullback refers to a market closing lower than it did the… [Read More]
One of the fundamental ideas we base our research around is the relatively static nature of the ‘human factor’, or more simply that human behavior rarely changes. What changes are the markets, and we are buying and selling at extreme moments of either fear (we’re buying) or greed (we’re selling). There are two extremes on… [Read More]
Throughout the years of research and development we’ve put behind our quantified trading strategies, one stands out singularly for its consistent accuracy. The S&P 500 Selective strategy has regularly indicated high-potential value trading opportunities both in real-world trading and throughout our extensive historical back-testing. This systematic trading strategy pinpoints trading opportunities for buying and selling… [Read More]
Youll learn the definitive methods of how to successfully swing trade at our 1st High Probability Swing Trading Summit. If you ever wanted to master the exact rules behind buying stocks on pullbacks, swing trading ETFs, and precisely timing market swings – this is the event for you.
“If I could only trade one strategy, it would be early morning gaps,” Kevin Haggerty.
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Will traders sell the news when Caterpillar reports quarterly earnings on Thursday?