MeanSwing II (EMD) A

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MeanSwing II is a mean-reversion (countertrend) swing trading strategy designed for stock indices, and the exact same code is used for every market. This strategy utilizes twenty high-probability signals and takes a position when a sufficient number of them are long or short. It averages 1 trade per month per market with the average trade lasting 5 trading days. The strategy has a protective trailing stop-loss order (the smaller of a volatility based trailing stop or $5000 fixed money management trailing stop) and uses market or stop market orders to ensure real-time trades will be filled (no partial orders, unfilled limit orders, etc.). Disclaimer: the placement of stop-loss orders will not necessarily limit your losses to the intended amounts, since market conditions may make it impossible to execute such orders.
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