REELDEAL
New member here.  I just did the math for the closed positions.  results 57% for 2016 and 61% so far for 2017,  Obviously the system works better in bull market than a sideways market.  either way 57% of $100K would be $57K much better than my balance find for sure. I will continue to stay on board.  Would the results be better for a medium term investor? I think so.. 
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AbovetheGreenLine
Yes, in a good upward Bull Market, Medium and Long Term Investors can do better than a Short Term Trader.

However, this is the 2nd Longest Bull Market in History (8 yrs old), and to expect the S&P 500 to go a lot more without a SlowDown would defy History.

The only patterns that are Cheap, and look good for possible Doubles from Dow 20,780 are Tangible Commodity Funds like Steel SLX, Coal KOL, Gasoline UGA, Uranium UGA etc.

Maybe we finally get some INFLATION, since most are not prepared for it? 

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Good trading, and tell your friends!
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dballski
Do you recommend inverse ETF's in a down market using the same rules?
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AbovetheGreenLine
Yes, we will be in Inverse Funds, when they meet the Green Line Rules.

Possibly some great moves coming in them...

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