The Intra-day Momentum Method was designed to help determine the best way to trade a particular stock / ETF, whether it is trend-following or reversion to the mean, in connection with a low-to-mid frequency intra-day trade. In order to determine which method had worked best over time, I created an algorithm that would find a measurement in price from the Open where the Close of the day had historically been above this level for Longs or below this level for Shorts approximately 50% of the time, for many stocks. *The ability of a stock to move plays an enormous role in this calculation. The ability to move is based on Price / Pattern / Volume. Stocks that do not move, will not likely close above / below the levels 50% of the time. While this is by no means perfect, it certainly gives a trader a method for selecting stocks and entry points that have a reasonable chance for success. The Method was developed to adapt to market changes rather quickly as it takes into account price-action, patterns, and volume. On the link below, you will find the results from 3-19-15 to the last update from a list of approximately 460 stocks from the S & P 500.
|Current Stats 4-1-15 to 10-09-2020|
|*(Fed Meetings / Announcement Dates may not always included due to volatility)|
|102314||Close >= ML 1||50 %|
|167938||Close >= Open||81 %|
|206598||Total ML 1|
|208621||Total MS 1|
|164694||Close <= Open||79 %|
|98833||Close <= MS1||47 %|
|51740||ML 1 Reversals||25 %|
|51740||MS 1 Reversals||25 %|
|Total Reversals||14 %|
|These numbers are calculated EOD|
Historical Results - Calendar UNDER CONSTRUCTION
Results available upon request - We are currently building an application to acccess the data.
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