One Stock Trading.

Systematic momentum stock trading system

If your trading is coming in over 80% winners and that win/loss ratio >2:1 The biggest gains (and the biggest risks) will come from going all in compounded over a few trades!

No “risk management” Diwersification, portfolio management B*S*. Like a gambler with a great hand you go all in and press your luck as hard as you can! I feel like playing Kenny Rogers “The Gambler”

HUGE RISKS, = HUGE REWARDS = HUGE LOSSES

You have to manage this.

So, you only trade with an account you can lose 70% of and be MAN ENOUGH (or even Women enough in this day of woke non-sense) to say “I took a huge gamble and I am fine with the losses.” Cry babies and money worriers cannot succeed here! Nor are they wanted.

No break outs, indicators, chart patterns etc. Just huge profits!

Do the math.

Target is 200% from entry. Often taking 7-10 months. Every stock varies.

Roll into three successive trades. This is about as hard as I want to push my luck! But you need to compound the gains from trade one into two and three or you are spinning your wheels.

Take the profits out and put them somewhere safe. Do it again.

Do this long enough you’ll take big losses at some stage.

You have an 80% chance of success. Would you get on a plane flight with an 80% chance of landing? Would you invest in a business with a 20:1+ pay off with an 80% chance of success? It’s about as good odds as you can get. Or play it safe and never have the chance. Your choice!

Subscribe for ONCE A MONTH results. (not specific trades)

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Follow these trading Signals….I mean really follow them. No second guessing. No breaking the rules. Work one 4-6 trades a year. Holding period 10-14 months

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***PAST PERFORMANCE DOES NOT GUARANTEE THE FUTURE. I HAVE NO CRYSTAL BALL. I CAN ONLY SEE HOW THE SYSTEM WORKS AND TRY TO EXPLOIT IT. TRADE WITH MONEY YOU CAN AFFORD TO LOSE AND HOPE ***

I couldn’t resist it: R.I.P. Kenny!

The Gambler:

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Stock trader and out of the box investment opportunity seeker.