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As many readers of Stockbee Blog attempt to trade some of the methods highlighted , they encounter teething problems and difficulties with scan or need help customizing these methods for their style of trading . As a result I get on an average day 50 to 100 emails on methods like "How to beat the street for $1.25" and " Double Trouble" . Most questions on these methods are common.To support such high volume of inquiries and to offer help to operationalize these methods to really serious and aggressive traders, the Members Only Site has been started.
It is primarily focused on trading strategies and methods. It has in depth and detailed analysis of some of the methods highlighted here. It has many variations of the methods like IBD 200, Double Trouble, Virgin, and Episodic Pivots to suit different traders profile. Everyday it details trade selection from the methods highlighted here with real time entries and exits.The site has ongoing market analysis and trading related posts daily. Number of monthly posts range from 300 to 350.
What will you learn in members area:How to determine market direction using market breadth
Market Monitor the market direction indicating system based on market breadth. Everyday a detailed analysis of market action and direction is done using 13 market breadth based parameters. Based on it a probability of market direction is determined. There is a extensive discussion about market breadth and how to use it to determine market direction.
How to find stocks with a potential to make 50% plus move in a quarter
Episodic Pivots is the method used for this. Episodic Pivots (EP) looks for a stock with potential to make 50% plus move in a quarter. The basic idea behind EP is that rallies start with "new information". New information makes market participants reevaluate their current view about the company and it results in rallies. When any company releases "significant" new information about it future prospect, and if such information is a complete "surprise" to the market then it leads to a immediate reaction. The EP scan tries to capture such stocks. My objective is to catch such move right at their starting point.
Episodic Pivots trading methodology is based on PEADS (post earnings announcement drift). The post earnings announcement drift anomaly means the tendency for stocks to earn abnormally high returns in the three quarters following a positive earnings announcement, and to earn abnormally low returns in the three quarters following a negative earnings announcement.Ball and Brown first discovered this anomaly in 1968. The post-earnings-announcement drift is well known and well researched and the most persistent market anomalies that researchers have not been able to attribute to solely inadequate risk adjustment. Eugene Fama of The Efficient Market Hypothesis fame called the post-earnings-announcement drift the Granddaddy of market anomalies.
Episodic Pivots is a complete step by step method for identifying and trading such stocks.
How to find stocks with 20% plus potential
This is a momentum based swing trading approach. 20% swings in a quarter are common on many stocks. The basic idea behind this method is based on momentum anomaly. Research has shown that strategies that buy stocks that have performed well in last 3 to 12 months generate significant positive returns over the next 3 to 12 months. If you study the momentum anomaly and various research related to it, you will find:
Jegadeesh and Titman (1993) showed that there is substantial evidence that indicates that stocks that perform the best (worst) over a 3 to 12 month period tend to continue to perform well (poorly) over the subsequent 3 to 12 months. Momentum trading strategies that exploit this phenomenon have been consistently profitable in the United States and in most developed markets for years. Moskowitz and Grinblatt (1999). found evidence of momentum in industry returns. They form value-weighted industry portfolios and rank stocks based on past industry returns. They find that high momentum industries outperform low momentum industries in the next six-months. Momentum profit reverse post 2 year holding periods.firms that are followed by fewer stock analysts exhibit greater momentum.Like price momentum, stocks with high earnings momentum outperform stocks with low earnings momentum.A momentum strategy that buys stock near their 52 week high is profitable. Momentum effect is more pronounced in small stocks.
I trade number of methods based on this momentum phenomenon. Some of the methods based on this are:
- Double Trouble. a absolute price momentum based strategy for equity selection.
- Modified Double Trouble, a relative price momentum based equity selection strategy
- IBD 100/200 , a earnings plus price momentum based equity selection strategy
- Pullback Anticipation, a short term momentum based equity selection strategy
- Top sector, a sector momentum based equity selection strategy
How to manage a trade
- What should be the entry strategy
- What should be the exit strategy
- How much should one risk per trade
- How to manage stops
How to use Worden Telechart to trade above methods
All the above approaches are traded using Telechart software. Extensive guidelines and scans are provided for using the Telechart software.
Overall the membership area is for aggressive traders and investors who are serious about their trading and want to progress their trading to new level. Almost all the members have come through word of mouth or referral from existing members. I am not interested in wasting my time on those looking for trial. So there are no trials and there are no full or partial refunds.
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