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Mother of All Systems
The Mother of all Systems trading system requires two sources of information and consists of the four trading rules referred to below, plus more. You will need Investor's Business Daily and Standard & Poor's Stock Guide. Although the newspaper prints daily, looking at its online edition or in-print weekly publication is also good. Standard & Poor's has yearly data books. You need to took at a monthly guide. IBD is easily available as is the S&P Stock Guide. You can get a free trial subscription.
Rule-one, two, and four involve simply looking at Investor's Business Daily. Buy stocks which pass rules one, two and three. Sell stocks which pass rule four.
Trading Rule-1 - Buy stocks that have doubled their 52-week low. Scan the paper for "N. H." This means new 52-week new high. Then compare the closing price vs the prior high price.
Trading Rule-2 - Buy stocks that have an earnings-per-share (EPS) and a relative strength (RSI) of 80 or more. Investor's Business Daily prints relative EPS.
Trading Rule-3 - Buy stocks making all-time new highs. This means for the life of the stock. If S&P data does not cover a stock of interest you can call the company or a stock broker for the needed data.
Trading Rule-4 - Sell the stock immediately when its relative strength index (RSI) drops under 75. Of course you can sell earlier if you already have a good profit on the open trade.
Some Additional Details - Don't buy stocks that have risen greater than 10% past the point where they earlier doubled. Only buy stocks selling for $2 dollars or more a share. Use a discount broker for low commission costs.
This system uses relative strength and momentum along with other proprietary trading indicators and techniques. There may be not be many new trades at any point in time as The Mother of all Systems methodology does not necessarily signal a lot of trades. There are likely more trades signaled about the time of market bottoms.
Past stock price history is important. Does the data you are looking at in-fact adjust for stock-splits? There may be inconsistencies between the closing price and past price range. Trading rules one and three depend on accurate price data.
There is significantly more to "The Mother of all Trading Systems" than shown above, like our powerful and proprietary Drawdown Minimizer Logic method to reduce account drawdown and large losses. In addition, we have an amazing method to filter trades based on our proprietary method to get your trade in-synch with the markets most important time cycle.
Your potential success requires our powerful system enhancements in addition to the basic rules disclosed above. They are proprietary and thus cannot be disclosed here. However, there's no need to worry because they are all included when you get the complete trading system from us. They are critically important parts of The-Mother-of-All-Systems with a goal of lasting success trading the markets.
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Over time the market price bar chart may tend to look more bullish vs actuality, making a sell position appear somewhat suspect but you still need the courage to make the trade if you are following mechanical rules like this. The trading system rules will signal the trade, which is why you must adhere to mechanical trading system rules regardless of appearance and your personal view.
Trading with chart analysis and various time-spans and technical analysis methods you can learn by attending trading seminars and doing comprehensive research and technical analysis.
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