Tactical Price Momentum
A Trade Risk Swing Trading Strategy
Tactical Price Momentum is a highly quantitative end of day swing trading strategy for trading individual stocks and ETFs. Trade signals are generated after the market closes and orders are submitted for the next trading day.
Trades last anywhere from a few days all the way up to several weeks, depending on the type of signal and market cooperation. All buy and sell decisions are based on specific price action and volume behavior.
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Tactical Price Momentum Performance
General Strategy Statistics
- Average Trades Per Month: 15
- Average Winning Trade: +3.97%
- Average Losing Trade: -2.49%
- Percentage of Winners: 44.37%
- Correlation to SPY: 0.36
- All numbers include slippage
Moderate and aggressive portfolios take the same signals they just use different position sizes. Traders can scale this return profile lower (use less size) or higher (using options or margin) to fit their desired risk profile. For more detailed information and past trade examples, visit our trading performance page.
|Average Annual Returns|
(2015 - 2018)
|Average Risk Per Trade||0.70%||1.05%||N/A|
|Largest 3 Drawdowns|
(2015 - 2018)
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