Extreme Trading Inc.

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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.


Extreme-os stock trading system  is up 29% for 2012,  up 46% for 2013,  up 24% for 2014.

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

Extreme-os trading performance




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


looks awfully similar to AQXP 3 months ago.


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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