Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Small Lots Strategy revision

I've revised my small lots exit strategy to distinguish between winning and losing trades. The strategy had been to close within three days regardless of performance.

Here's the new language:
Sell losing prospects within three days; hold winning prospects while they remain uptrending or until those funds are needed for new trades.
See the essay describing the strategy here.

Also, beginning tonight I shall combine the small lots prospects with the regular Prospects post. The processing time for the larger number of symbols is short enough to allow that practice. So last night's Tuesday's Small Lots was a one-shot post, not a regular feature.

The End of Accounting and the Path Forward for Investors and Managers
by Baruch Lev and Feng Gu


Tradecraft: Playing the odds to build winning stock market trades from options, a description of how I trade, can be read here.

Small Lots: A new strategy discusses the thinking behind the analysis that identified these trades and can be read here. The symbols noted in this post are intended fortrading on a commission-free platform such as Robinhood Financial.

I can be reached via comments on Private Trader posts or by email at datnillc@gmail.com.


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