Monday, February 20, 2017

Best and worst trades - Feb 2017

The main purpose of reversal levels is to get and stay in the big trending moves while avoiding big losses. Once a month we put out our daily reversal levels table for free, showing the good, the bad and the ugly of this approach. Lots of services talk about their biggest wins but keep quiet about the losses. We show everything because good trading starts with realistic expectations, not with dreams of luxury cars and exotic beaches.

In January the Russian Small-cap ETF RSXJ was topping our list with a 129% gain. RSXJ remains on top and has increased its gain to 133%. Second is UTI with 107% in 70 days and CLVS has moved into 3rd place with 99% in 68 days. Coming up quickly is TGH, a 98% gainer in just 31 days. Those moves are not finished, stocks are held until their next Sell signal (or Buy signal for a short position).

Our current worst open trades are short PSO (-15%), followed by long SALE (-13%) and short HBI (-10%).

You can download today's reversal level file for all stocks we cover. This is the file that goes out to our subscribers every day: (Html file. Download before opening in any good desktop or mobile browser.)

The current top 20:

The current bottom 20:

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