Just had a minor epiphany. Our model enables swing trading. We help find portfolios of stocks that have shown 'destructive behavior of individual stock volatility' so one can keep the BETA exposure and reduce the portfolio volatility below that of the individual stocks.
Our Chicago Quantum Net Score model, which analyzes stocks to determine a portfolio to hold for up to 25 trading days, enables swing trading.
So, we Tweeted on it, and added the phrase 'swing trading' to our website in a few places.
We enable swing trading. We do not suggest stocks that will do well on any one day, but over a period of up to 25 trading days (and we have seen the effects last up to 35 trading days - or 7 weeks).
When I look at how I use the model, I started by swing trading for a few days. Going to hold the current position (and any additional stocks identified to add to those portfolios) for a few weeks...let the winners run a bit and balance between offsetting positions.
We bought four evenly weighted stock positions this week, in two pairs of positions:
On Dec 7, we bought into one new stock (will disclose later), and added to two of our positions.
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Strategic IT Management Consultant with a strong interest in Quantum Computing. Consulting for 29 years and this looks as interesting as cloud computing was in 2010.