Are you looking for trading signals to help you capture quick multi-day swing trades?

Meet Lamorak

Your very own stock market knight, developed by the Trade Risk, ready to battle for short-term profits.  

Lamorak is a quantitative trading system that analyzes individual stocks and generates actionable trade signals. 


(see Performance Disclosures: Equity Curve)

Profit from tactical long and short swing trading setups

Lamorak is unlike most trading strategies because it doesn't need strong healthy uptrends to make money. This is a tactical swing trading system that does best during sideways markets and high volatility. 

Here are the performance results of Lamorak compared to a traditional 60/40 stocks/bonds allocation.

MEASUREMENTLamorak Portfolio60/40 Stocks/Bonds Portfolio
Compound Annual Growth Rate+20.54%+7.39%
Largest 3 Drawdowns-22.11%, -17.97%, -12.89%-32.57%, -22.70%, -11.89%
Sharpe Ratio1.610.69
MAR Ratio0.920.23
Average Trades per Year320N/A
Correlation to 60/40 Portfolio0.17Benchmark

(see Performance Disclosures: Portfolio Statistics)

Trading results posted every single month

Click on any of the links in the table below to read our performance letter from that month.


(see Performance Disclosures: Monthly Performance)

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How Lamorak works

Lamorak is a long/short algorithm that takes advantage of volatility when stocks have moved too far and too fast in one direction. It trades large cap liquid stocks in the Nasdaq 100 and S&P100 indices. All signals are generated using daily closing prices.

That means you won't have to watch markets throughout the trading day. You can place all of your Lamorak orders after the market closes and be fully prepared for the next session. 

Trade confidently with a systematic, evidence-based strategy

Lamorak is based on the time-tested, academically approved factor of mean reversion, and its execution refined from over a decade of bar-by-bar price action analysis and live trading by Evan Medeiros.

The strategy has been backtested and validated across thousands of individual stocks with careful considerations not to data mine or overfit.

(see Performance Disclosures: Portfolio Statistics)

Trade Statistics

Percent of trades profitable:


Average winning trade:


Average losing trade:


Average hold time:

4 days

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Become a Lamorak trader

When you subscribe to the Lamorak membership, you'll receive daily trade reports with all of the information and signals you need to follow the strategy with ease.

You'll unlock several member-only pages that'll help you make better and faster investing decisions:

  • Private portfolio and trade signals page
  • Private education page to learn more about the strategy
  • Private trade reports published daily

About Evan Medeiros

  • Founder of the Trade Risk and creator of Merlin & Lamorak
  • Coder for 20+ years and active trader for 12+ years
  • B.S. Computer Science, University of Massachusetts Boston
  • Frequent speaker at meetup groups and conferences, including TradersExpo, MoneyShow, Stocktoberfest, and more
  • 100,000 followers across social networks
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a quantitative strategy? What are the benefits?

A quantitative strategy means all of the buy and sell decisions are based strictly on mathematical computations and probabilities. There’s no gut feel or subjective analysis — the system contains all of the rules to make the best decisions possible.

There are many benefits of quantitative strategies:

  • 100% discipline, the system always executes flawlessly
  • No emotional biases
  • The strategy has been tested and verified over past market environments
  • The strategy is easily measurable and can be enhanced over time

What makes Lamorak extra special is that it was built by a trader first. Evan’s market observations and live trading for over a decade are at the core of Lamorak's decision-making process. That means Lamorak is not just applying random and impossible to explain mathematical theory. Instead, it’s a simple system based on how markets really work.

Do I need to download any code or use a certain broker?

No, absolutely not.

We’re doing all of the heavy lifting and number crunching for you. Internally, we have the Lamorak algorithm running in real-time measuring and monitoring markets and systematically producing signals.

As a subscriber, all you need to do is log in to your Trade Risk dashboard each night to see what the trading system has generated for signals. You can follow along at your own pace and place orders with any broker of your choosing.

How do I interpret the performance measurements above?

We pride ourselves on transparency and we want to be sure you have all of the information possible to properly evaluate the Lamorak trading system. This is why we give a detailed view of performance measurements so you can make an informed decision about the strategy. 

Some of these terms get pretty complicated with in-depth equations, which is why we created a Trading System Performance Metrics glossary to share all of the details behind everything like: Sharpe Ratio, MAR, Correlations, etc. If you're confused about anything you see in the table above, or if you simply just want to learn, head on over to the glossary

How many signals can we expect a week?

Lamorak has averaged about 5 to 6 trades per week over the past decade, however, the actual distribution of trades tends to be much lumpier. Instead of consistently making 6 trades a week, the strategy tends to see busy weeks followed by quieter weeks.

During busy weeks you might get 15 or more trade signals and then what follows is a week or two of quiet activity until the next pocket of opportunity emerges.  Of course, Lamorak's activity is largely dictated by the overall market environment, so the more volatile things are, the more likely Lamorak is going to be active.

What is the minimum account size for Lamorak?

Lamorak is a professional trading strategy that focuses on producing strong risk-adjusted returns. It’s designed to scale and handle large account sizes. 

Account minimums are a personal decision and will vary greatly from trader to trader depending on your circumstances, goals, and risk tolerance. Here are some general guidelines to get the most out of the Lamorak trading service. 

  • Minimum account size: $25,000
  • Recommended account size: $50,000+
What is your refund and cancellation policy?

We offer 14-day free trials to our trading systems so you can take them for a test drive to make sure they live up to your expectations. If you are not satisfied for any reason, cancel before the 14th day and you won't be billed a dime.

Once your trial period has ended, or if you subscribe to a membership that does not start with a free trial, all sales are final. To view our full refund and cancellation policy, click here

Profit during sideways and volatile markets without all of the stressful decision making. Get started with Lamorak today!

Monthly Membership

$109 $95 / per month
  • Long and short signals
  • Member-only dashboard
  • Daily trade reports

Annual Membership

$1,090 $950 / per year
  • Long and short signals
  • Member-only dashboard
  • Daily trade reports
  • Save $190 dollars choosing annual

What Lamorak subscribers are saying

"I have tried other services like the Trade Risk's in the recent past and none comes close.

I love the Lamorak program and how it's combined with Merlin to increase profits. The long and short system is well-organized, giving me plenty of time to prepare for its recommendations, and has excellent picks. I've made monies from TR's system and I have only used it in full for about 1-1.5 months.

And, of course, excellent customer service! Anytime I have a question, either Evan or someone from his team will reply quickly."

Kiriakos M.

Want a free trial before you commit?

We offer an All Access pass to both our Merlin and Lamorak trading systems for 14-days, completely free. 

General Disclaimer: Please be advised that trade signals are provided as an educational tool for informational purposes only and do not constitute investment advice. Signals, trading tools, and all published analysis should always be used as a starting point for doing additional independent research so that you can form your own opinion regarding investments. Under no circumstances should trade alerts be treated as financial advice.