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A high probability trading setup for the open of Wednesday, March 26, 2014, was identified in a popular ETF using the scan function of Price Action Lab.
Two signals in two Dow-30 stocks, one for entry at the open and 2% profit target and stop-loss and another one for entry at the open and exit at the close exhibit good significance based on portfolio backtests.
A signal in a Dow-30 stock shows good statistics for a long position at the open of today. Update on 03/19/2014: profit target at $25.19 was hit today.
The short-term swing/position trading SPY2p5 system generated a long and a short signal yesterday, simultaneously, a result of an indecision in the markets near all-time highs.
There is an almost indisputable anti-correlation in quantitative trading between success rate and sample size. The larger the success rate, the smaller the sample size. This is true possibly because after a few occurrences of a high probability opportunity it is arbitraged … Continue reading
Two high probability trading setups for the open of Tuesday, January 21, 2014, were identified in popular ETFs using the scan function of Price Action Lab.