The transparent and honest review of my trading performance
Welcome to my weekly tracker, where I share my trading performance since 2019. I am committed to transparency and honesty, and I will provide detailed insights into my performance in this article.
I believe that this level of transparency is essential for building trust with my readers and subscribers. I invite you to join me on this journey as I share my successes and challenges in the world of trading. So, without further ado, let's dive in and take a closer look at my performance over the past few years.
Last update: March 25th, 2023.
MY WEEKLY STOCK PERFORMANCE
Below is the cumulative performance of my weekly stock picks since 2019.
We measure weekly performance based on an entry at the Monday open and an exit at the Friday close, excluding transaction fees and dividends.
Cumulative and yearly performance assume weekly results are compounded.
The Max Drawdown is the maximum decline observed vs. the highest value of our portfolio during a specific year.
The Hit Rate is the number of weekly winners as a percentage of the total number of weeks.
Past performance does not guarantee future results.
MY ADDITIONAL STRATEGIES (FOR RESEARCH PURPOSES ONLY)
I am conducting additional research to improve my algorithm by testing it on different stock universes or using different positions (long or short). I have decided to share my selections to publicly document and track the performance. Here are the three additional strategies:
LONG - S&P 500 sector ETF
LONG - US stocks with market cap >$150bn
SHORT - US stocks with market cap >$150bn
These strategies are based on my algorithm, only enhanced with moving averages on the weekly and 1-hour charts. The principles for trading are also consistent: buy at the market's opening on Monday and sell at the closing on Friday.
MY WEEKLY STOCK PICKS SINCE 2019
The information provided in this newsletter is for informational purposes only and should not be taken as financial advice. Any investments or decisions made based on the information provided in this newsletter are the reader's sole responsibility. We recommend that readers conduct their own research and consult a qualified financial professional before making investment decisions. The author does not assume any responsibility for any losses or damages arising from using the information provided in this newsletter.