Analysis of short-term stock trading

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Analysis of short-term stock tradingGeneral Ideas Basic Strategy Low Risk Strategy Sell-Short Strategy Combined Strategy Busy People Trading Strategy

Our methods The only way to win the stock market game is to buy stocks when other people are selling and to sell stocks when other people are buying. Here, you can find new short-term trading strategies to play against the crowd. We are trying to buy or sell stocks one day before the other people do.

Why we are different Long History We did not change our stock selection system since 1996 We are open You can check all our trades since 1996. We do not hide anything.

Prices of products and services 1 month Trial Service ($5) is available. You will be able to download daily lists of stocks to test all our strategies. Click here

We provide information about statistical methods of stock trading, return and risk, managing trading capital, using stop and limit orders, and much more.

Hi, I am Elena. I’ve been working at STTA Consulting since 1999. I am a mathematician and I am always ready to answer your questions about our stock trading strategies.

Every day before the market opening we publish the lists of potentially bullish and bearish US and Canadian stocks. We use these lists to buy and sell stocks following our strategies. To test the strategies you need to subscribe to our service.

For busy people we have developed Busy People Trading Strategy (BPTS). We use this strategy when we are not able to watch the market during day time.

We also perform the daily analysis of the market and industry indices. The list of bullish and bearish index components is published daily (“Analyze Indices” Service)

Based on the daily list of potentially bullish stocks. A trader should buy 2 selected stocks from the list and sell them in 3 days.

Based on the same list but stock selection method is different. The number of trades is less than for basic strategy but return per trade is larger. Quarterly return of this strategy can be lower than for the basic strategy because of smaller number of trades but risk/return ratio is smaller.

Opposite to the Basic Strategy. Based of the list of potentially bearish stocks. A trader holds stock 2 days.

Based on a special list of bullish stocks. To buy or sell stocks one can use limit or market orders which can be placed before the market opening.

Our members write us about our strategies. This is what we expected when we decide to publish this site. Thank you.

Various articles (including articles from STTA Consulting) about various trading and investment methods, market timing, and market statistics.

Read about analysis of trading, risk and returns, managing trading capital, using stop and limit orders, and much more.

The daily stock lists can be used for testing our strategies, for daytrading, and for determining starting points for long-term investing. Our service is an informational/educational service for online trading. Do you own research before any trading decisions. Read more…

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