Extreme Trading Inc.

Active Stock Trading Strategy

Wall Street Beating Performance

10 Year Verified Track Record

Extreme-os stock system

Extreme-os is a stock trading system based on the tendency of stocks to revert to the mean.  The system trades daily and holds a maximum of five positions overnight.  This system works well in both bull and bear market and has been documented at Collective2 for 10 years.  See FAQ for more details.

Performance

Extreme-os stock trading system  is down  4.8% for 2016.

Details at extreme.collective2.com.           Subscribe for only $100/month

Trading Performance

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Disclaimer

Never short a low float stock

By on November 23, 2015

This is such a crazy story from ZeroHedge. There are so many lessons to be learned here: Not shorting a low float stock, not putting all eggs in one basket, black swan events do happen frequently in the stock market.

InvestorsUnderground published a detailed analysis of what might happened.

This is the chart of KBIO

KBIO

looks awfully similar to AQXP 3 months ago.

AQXP

Posted in: markets

Dow post worst August decline in 17 years

By on September 3, 2015

Uncertainty over China’s economy has caused the Dow to drop 6.4%,  its worst August performance since 1998. Marketwatch Extreme-os posted a -0.4% performance for August. We have been fortunate to not having a larger drawdown in this difficult period.  I

I hate it when this happens

By on July 23, 2015

We enter SNDK on 6/30/15 after 5 lower closes. SNDK continue down for a couple days and stayed sideways for half a month. On 7/22/15 SNDK would announce earnings the following day. I had to exit the position, not wanting

Facing drawdown

By on July 15, 2015

June simply was not a good month. The 8% drawdown is well within the historical performance of the system but it is still unpleasant. This article from GestaltU talks about just this and he says: “all investment strategies that are

Notes about stop losses

By on March 27, 2015

Truths about stop-losses that nobody wants to believe.  quant-investing.com