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High Expectation Trading Signals

High Expectation trading signals are generated by a volatility strategy and a mean-reversion strategy. Updates are delivered by email to subscribers before the market open only when there are new signals. Historical performance details (backtests) are included below. High expectation signals are for experienced traders that understand the risks involved and know how to manage them. Subscribers to trading signals have no access to other subscriptions but can subscribe separately if they wish.

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Price:  $149/three-months on a recurring subscription basis with PayPal. You can cancel your subscription at any time from your PayPal account.

HEMR5 is a mean-reversion strategy that trades SSO (x2 SPY)  long only. There is one new signal every 5 trading days on the average.
HEVOL  is a volatility strategy that trades ZIV long and short. There is one new signal every 19 trading days on the average.

Performance (January 3, 2011 – July 3, 2019)

Strategy CAGR Max. DD Sharpe Market STD
HEVOL +38.6% -28.3% 1.31% ZIV Long/Short +4.7%
HEMR5 +19.8% -29.5% 0.93% SSO Long +2.5%

 $0.01 per share commission. Performance based on backtests. Both strategies incorporate a protection stop-loss of 10%.
STD: Start-to-date performance (05/31/2019 – 07/03/2019).


Performance charts (log scale) are updated quarterly. Click on images to enlarge.

HEVOL Strategy

HEMR5 Strategy

Disclaimer: The High Expectation (HE) signals are provided as an educational trading tool for informational purposes only and do not constitute investment advice. We do not warrant the accuracy, completeness, fitness or timeliness for any particular purpose of the HE signals. Under no circumstances the HE signals should be treated as financial advice. Note that performance results are based on backtests. Before subscribing please read our Disclaimer and Terms and Conditions.

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