Sunday, August 16, 2009

74.3% Return In 18 Consecutive Weeks Of LIVE REAL TIME Trading!

Check out the trading performance here: http://artoftrading.net/performance

16 UP weeks with only 2 small down weeks!!

"I am really impressed by your quick alerts with appropriate stops.

Also it is great to read intra-day comments/trend from you which helps understand market direction.

You have won a long term loyal member in me !!! Thanks again."



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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I really don't know how you calculate these returns. Unless the signals (entry price and stop) are given beforehand (not at the time or after transaction) they are not really actionable?

Stewie said...

i am not sure i understand your question but if your question is do i give a specific entry price, stop and exit price, then the answer is YES.

Anonymous said...

Stewie,

This is amazing record. One question though, is this record included count of commission?

Stewie said...

thank anon: you can a very good question and one i have discussed with my members before. i do not include commissions because i want to keep it simple but we average about 10-11 trades per week. many of members using different brokers with very varying commissions schedules. also your commissions will also depend on the size of the positions one is using is some cases. So you do the math, 10 trades(10 in and outs per week) per week is the average. great question. thanks bro.

Anonymous said...

Hi: Stewie my question really is do you give entry/exit signals in advance (before actually making a trade) or do you give them but at the time you make a trade?

Stewie said...

all trades are done in real time. no advance signals. I know that would help, but that's not how i trade as i generally place trades in the direction of where i think the market is headed that same day. I gauge the open and then place trades according to where i think the market might drift from there. hope that helps.

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