Tuesday, February 11, 2020

VACATION MODE

I will be on vacation between Feb 12 and Feb 24 where I will not be posting any updates since I will not be trading at all. I will post any closing trades that happens when I get back or if I have downtime on my vacation. until then I want to wish everyone happy trading and hope they will be profitable. 



Monday, February 10, 2020

Feb 10 Trades


Today I closed five trades including an spx 0 DTE (zero days to expiration) and four were winners. The first trade  was  SPX 0 DTE trade based on the modified bollinger bands strategy  on 5 min candles, and the next two trades were on AMZN, and IR based on the same modified bollinger bands strategy but on daily candle. The fourth trade was an SPX 7 DTE trade that turned out to be a looser that I did a very rookie mistake that instead of sticking to a plan, and be disciplined and learn that a stop loss is there for a reason I kept on rolling until my loss was more than the original loss I would have incurred originally but a good lesson learned from this loosing trade. The fifth trade is an spx 5 DTE IC trade based on backtesting. In this post I will try to explain the strategy used for these trades, and the same strategy that I use to share my trades on the free whatsapp group that I have which is open to anyone who would like to join.

Trade 1: SPX 0 DTE trade

In short for the modified bollinger bands strategy, I scan spx on a 5 min candles for 5 closes below or above a modified bollinger band of standard deviation of 0.382 a well as the 50 SMA. 

At 1:35 m central time, SPX 5 min candles came up on my chart by showing 5 closes on the 5 min candles above the modified bollinger bands and 50 sma. 

So I placed the trigger above the highest of these candles and at 1:48pm the trigger triggered so I entered a put credit spread  and I sent out an alert on the whatsapp group.

On these kind of trades on the 0 DTE spx trades I like to take profits at 50% and go on to the next trade so when we entered we collected 0.7 on the PCS and I set a GTC order at 0.35 with our stop loss being three times the credit received so in this case 2.1.

Today around 2pm (12 minutes) SPX  went up in price and our profit target was hit and we closed the trade for 50% profit and we sent the alert to the whatsapp group that we closed it in case anyone was following it thus making a profit of $40 profit per contract since I got a better fill than the GTC order I had by $5. 




Trade 2,3: AMZN and IR trades

In short for the modified bollinger bands strategy, I scan everyday the stocks for 5 closes below or above a modified bollinger band of standard deviation of 0.382 a well as the 50 SMA. 

On February 4, NXPI came up on my scanner by showing 5 closes on the daily candles above the modified bollinger bands and 50 sma. 

On February 5 the trigger above the highest of these candles triggered so I entered a put credit spread and I sent out an alert on the whatsapp group.

On February 6, AMZN came up on my scanner by showing 5 closes on the daily candles above the modified bollinger bands and 50 sma. 

On February 7 the trigger above the highest of these candles triggered so I entered a put credit spread and I sent out an alert on the whatsapp group.


On these kind of trades I like to take profits at 25% and go on to the next trade and our stop loss is two times the credit received as you can from the images below how much we collected and how much we paid to exit the trade and keep the profit. 


 

  
Profit on AMZN trade is $40 per contract, and on IR trade is $45 per contract. 

Trade 4: SPX 7 DTE:

On January 31st the conditions for spx called for a Call Credit spread based on a strategy where if the 8 EMA is above the 21 EMA and the 21 EMA is above the 200 SMA and SPX close below the 8 EMA then to open a 70% OTM CCS with taking profits at 50% and setting the stop loss at 370% of the credit received. This strategy has yielded for the last 5 years 80% win rate with 60 wins and 15 losses. 

So we opened this trade:

STO -1 VERTICAL SPX 100 (Weeklys) 7 FEB 20 3265/3270 PUT @1.9

The next day the market gapped up above our spread and clearly at this point it was a total loss and i was going to be ok with the 5-1.9= 3.1 loss or 310$ loss per contract. 

But on February 5th, I decided to roll to a strike higher and i was able to find a strike that made sense at that point to roll and keep 5$ credit on the spread so i rolled

BTC/STO +1 CONDOR SPX 100 (Weeklys) 7 FEB 20 3265/3270/3325/3330 CALL @1.85

So the first trade I collected 1.9 and the roll cost me 1.85 to a higher strikes. The idea was to have spx close below 3325 and thus it will expire worthless and I will keep $5 thus breaking even on this trade. 

Again this time the market gapped higher  and on Feb 7 I decided to roll and pay a little fee and hope spx will close below my strikes and I would have a small loss and I was going to be ok with that. At that time the market was just grinding higher so I rolled my spread again and paid a small fee.

SOLD -1 VERT ROLL SPX 100 (Weeklys) 10 FEB 20/7 FEB 20 3330/3335/3325/3330 CALL @-1.05

So the first trade I collected 190$ and the second trade I paid 185$ and the third roll I paid $105 so now if spx xlose below 3330 I would loose that 105$ and i would be ok with that. The moment I rolled spx started trading lower and if I held to my spread I would be able to get out of it for a small loss smaller than the 105$ although it would not have epired worthless. 

So today I woke up and I felt good that the market gapped down and thus my trade was going to expire worthless, and at the end it did not and it kept going higher, so I did the mistake again and decided to roll to today's expiration to a higher strike pay a little fee for that and hope it will expire worthless so i did this roll

BTC/STO +1 CONDOR SPX 100 (Weeklys) 10 FEB 20 3330/3335/3345/3350 CALL @3.40    ROLL

SO now I paid 340$ to roll and let it expire worthless (which turned out to be a mistake, a rookie mistake) and spx did not expire worthless and I ended up closing the trade at $4.8 for a loss that was way too much than the original 3.1 or 310$. 

The loss on this trade is as follows:

$190 - $185- $105 - $340 - $480 = $920 loss which hurts a lot because I did several mistakes rather than staying disciplined and on plan with the original strategy to close the trade at a loss and move on. I do not remember the last time I had this big loss on one contract but definetly lesson learned and this will make me more disciplined than ever to stick to the plan and the strategy no matter the noises I get to roll and try to roll because the loss can be bigger than the original one. Lesson Learned for sure. 


Trade 5: SPX 5 DTE IC:

This is a new strategy that I started after running the backtest on a 5 DTE trade after a friend of mine alerted me to try it out and test it so i did. the results were spectacular in regards to the win rate and the idea is that you go more contracts than 1 with these odds of winning. 

The strategy calls for an IC 5 delta on spx 5 DTE (open monday with expiration friday) when 8 SMA is above the 21 SMA and spx close above the 8 SMA. 

Here is the result of the backtest:


The results are for the last 10 years, 96% win rate with 148 wins and 6 losses only. So on feb 5 we entered a 5 DTE spx trade:

STO -1 IRON CONDOR SPX 100 (Weeklys) 10 FEB 20 3380/3385/3220/3215 CALL/PUT @.35

Again I know it is low premium to collect, but the idea is you have a high chance of winning, and thus you go more than one contract to benefit from that and the 5 DTE lets you keep doing this trade almost every week. 

Today this IC expired worthless and we kept the full profit of $35 per contract. 


Total Profit for Feb 5 2020 profits:

Trade 1: $40
Trade 2: $40
Trade 3: $45
Trade 4: -$920
Trade 5: $35


Total: -$760 per contract.

Total February Trades Profit/Loss: -$678 per contract.

It will take me a long time to get over the loss of today but I really have learned from it a lot to apply more in my trading style. 

Please note that I am sharing per contract and when I send my alert to the free whatsapp group I send 1 contract because each person has a different risk tolerance and for easy math for example if it is 30$ per contract then it is $300 per 10 contract. this way a small account user or a big account user can decide if they want to go with one or more than 1 contract. I usually trade sometimes 3 and sometimes 5 contracts but I like to share 1 in case there are people that have small accounts and want to grow it 1 contract at a time. 

Hope this blog helps you find profitable strategies and in case you want to follow my trades please join the whatsapp group

Friday, February 7, 2020

Feb 7 2020 Trade

Today I closed one trade which was an spx 0 DTE (zero days to expiration) and it was a winner. The  trade  was  SPX 0 DTE trade based the modified bollinger bands strategy  on 5 min candles. In this post I will try to explain the strategy used for these trades, and the same strategy that I use to share my trades on the free whatsapp group that I have which is open to anyone who would like to join.

Trade 1: SPX 0 DTE trade

In short for the modified bollinger bands strategy, I scan spx on a 5 min candles for 5 closes below or above a modified bollinger band of standard deviation of 0.382 a well as the 50 SMA. 

At 12:50pm central time, SPX 5 min candles came up on my chart by showing 5 closes on the 5 min candles below the modified bollinger bands and 50 sma. 

So I placed the trigger below the lowest of these candles and at 12:57pm the trigger triggered so I entered a call credit spread  and I sent out an alert on the whatsapp group.

On these kind of trades on the 0 DTE spx trades I like to take profits at 50% and go on to the next trade so when we entered we collected 0.55 on the PCS and I set a GTC order at 0.25 with our stop loss being three times the credit received so in this case 1.65.

Today around 1:03pm SPX  went down in price and our profit target was hit and we closed the trade for 50% profit and we sent the alert to the whatsapp group that we closed it in case anyone was following it thus making a profit of $30 profit per contract. 

In less than 7 minutes or so we collected $30. That was a nice win indeed .




Total Profit for Feb 5 2020 profits:

Trade 1: $30



Total: $30 per contract.

Total February Trades Profit/Loss: $112 per contract.

Please note that I am sharing per contract and when I send my alert to the free whatsapp group I send 1 contract because each person has a different risk tolerance and for easy math for example if it is 30$ per contract then it is $300 per 10 contract. this way a small account user or a big account user can decide if they want to go with one or more than 1 contract. I usually trade sometimes 3 and sometimes 5 contracts but I like to share 1 in case there are people that have small accounts and want to grow it 1 contract at a time. 

Hope this blog helps you find profitable strategies and in case you want to follow my trades please join the whatsapp group

Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Feb 5 Trades


Today I closed five trades including an spx 0 DTE (zero days to expiration) and all were winners. The first trade  was  SPX 0 DTE trade based the modified bollinger bands strategy  on 5 min candles, and the three trade were on NXPI, MSFT, and NFLX based on the same modified bollinger bands strategy but on daily candle, and a UAL trade based on the IV rank and technical analysis of the chart. In this post I will try to explain the strategy used for these trades, and the same strategy that I use to share my trades on the free whatsapp group that I have which is open to anyone who would like to join.

Trade 1: SPX 0 DTE trade

In short for the modified bollinger bands strategy, I scan spx on a 5 min candles for 5 closes below or above a modified bollinger band of standard deviation of 0.382 a well as the 50 SMA. 

At 11:11 am central time, SPX 5 min candles came up on my chart by showing 5 closes on the 5 min candles above the modified bollinger bands and 50 sma. 

So I placed the trigger above the highest of these candles and at 11:16am the trigger triggered so I entered a put credit spread  and I sent out an alert on the whatsapp group.

On these kind of trades on the 0 DTE spx trades I like to take profits at 50% and go on to the next trade so when we entered we collected 0.65 on the PCS and I set a GTC order at 0.3 (in the image it says 0.35 it is typo in the image) with our stop loss being three times the credit received so in this case 1.95.

Today around 1:43pm SPX  went up in price and our profit target was hit and we closed the trade for 50% profit and we sent the alert to the whatsapp group that we closed it in case anyone was following it thus making a profit of $35 profit per contract. 




Trade 2,3,4: NXPI, MSFT, and NFLX trades

In short for the modified bollinger bands strategy, I scan everyday the stocks for 5 closes below or above a modified bollinger band of standard deviation of 0.382 a well as the 50 SMA. 

On January 13, NXPI came up on my scanner by showing 5 closes on the daily candles above the modified bollinger bands and 50 sma. 

On January 14 the trigger above the highest of these candles triggered so I entered a put credit spread and I sent out an alert on the whatsapp group.

On February 3, NFLX, and MSFT came up on my scanner by showing 5 closes on the daily candles above the modified bollinger bands and 50 sma. 

On February 4 the trigger above the highest of these candles triggered so I entered a put credit spread and I sent out an alert on the whatsapp group.


On these kind of trades I like to take profits at 25% and go on to the next trade and our stop loss is two times the credit received as you can from the images below how much we collected and how much we paid to exit the trade and keep the profit. 



  
Profit on NXPI trade is $35, NFLX trade is $40, and on MSFT trade is $38 per contract. 

Trade 5: UAL Trade

On January 30 UAL has extremely high IVR at 94 and no earnings in the way. You don't see that often. So, it's attracting us to make a trade in here.

With such high IVR and such an aggressive down move it showed on January 30 -- a jolt higher in price would bode real well for a short put spread. We would get the directional move we need, and also a nice contraction in volatility at the same time. That should help the spread decay nicely.

I decided to take a Put Credit spread with sell strike at 172.5 and buy  strike at 67.5. I need price to stay above is 72.50. UAL was trading at 75.21. So I still have a little room to the downside for UAL to move. That's what makes this more of a neutral to bullish bet, rather than strictly bullish. This increases my POP on the trade compared with say the 75/70 short put spread.

Today I closed my PCS in UAL for over 50% of my max gain in barely 6 days! Really nice and quick trade here. That's the nice thing about spreads is that we can get paid quickly IF (a big if) we get that directional move we are looking for, as we did with UAL. IV rank today was  77. Total profit on the trade $74 per contract. 





Total Profit for Feb 5 2020 profits:

Trade 1: $35
Trade 2: $35
Trade 3: $40
Trade 4: $38
Trade 5: $74


Total: $222 per contract.

Total February Trades Profit/Loss: $82 per contract.

Hope this blog helps you find profitable strategies and in case you want to follow my trades please join the whatsapp group

Tuesday, February 4, 2020

How does automatic investing in the stock market work?

Automatic investing in the stock market is a method of investing in which money is contributed at specific intervals automatically. The funds may be contributed through regular, automatic withdrawals from your bank account or from your paycheck.
Individuals can auto invest in stocks by setting up an automatic transfer from their bank accounts. They can also arrange automatic withdrawals from their paychecks to their portfolio at their brokerage firms. In addition to individuals, employers also might offer automatic investment plans to their employees in which a percentage of their incomes is automatically contributed to retirement accounts such as 401(k) accounts.

Stocks and investment statistics

Stock and investment statistics reveal some interesting information about the importance of investing. Between 1928 and 2013, a broad index of U.S. stocks increased 2,000-fold. However, 20 times they actually lost at least 20% of their value in that period. Fees of 0.75% equates to a 30% smaller nest egg in just 20 years.
As of January 2013, 16 people born in the 1800s were still alive, according to a research group. With dividends reinvested, U.S. stocks have increased 28,000-fold during their lifetimes. Finally, people who wait until they are age 45 to begin saving must save three times more than they would have had to save if they had started at age 25.
These statistics demonstrate that it is vital to start investing early and keep fees low. Automatic investing may be a better for people to invest without having to think about the money.





How can automatic investing help people reach their financial goals?

Automatic investing is a highly effective way for people to achieve their financial goals. When money is withdrawn from your paycheck or your account automatically, you will be investing without thinking about it too much.
When people have money that is readily available to them, they tend to spend it and to leave saving and investing for last. When funds are automatically withdrawn from their paychecks or their accounts, people can instead put saving and investing first.

Simple overview of stocks

Stocks are equities or securities that show partial ownership in a company that the stock represents. Stocks can appreciate in value so that you can earn money. If you own common stocks, you have the right to vote in shareholder meetings. People who own preferred stocks do not have voting rights, but they do enjoy priority over common stockholders and are eligible for dividends.
Stocks can be purchased by people who have brokerage accounts. You can choose a brokerage firm, open your account, and fund it. You can then choose the stocks that you would like to purchase and place a purchase order for them through your account.
Stocks can be traded in a couple of different ways. Active trading refers to people who get in and out of the market frequently. For example, day traders move in and out of the market during a single trading session.
Buy and hold strategies are more common. These are long-term strategies through which you invest in stocks and hold them so that you can enjoy long-term capital appreciation.

Automatic trading systems

One method of automatic investing in stocks is an automated trading system. This is a system that uses a computer to automatically put in trades for you. With these systems, computers analyze the charts for you and execute trades on your behalf.
Traders are able to set the rules for trade entries and exits. Once the rules are programmed, the computers can then conduct trades automatically. The idea behind these types of systems is that computers are much faster at performing numerical analyses than humans. The rules can be simple or highly complex, depending on the specific goals of the investor.

Algorithmic trading

Algorithmic or automatic trading involves providing a computer with a precise list of rules that tell it when to take different types of actions in trading. A programmer can program the computer to take specific actions in response to different market information.
Trading by using algorithms will only be as good as the programmer’s skill. It is important that a programmer understands the programming language of a platform so that he or she can make certain that the rules to follow are the right ones.





Advantages of automatic investing systems

There are multiple advantages of automatic investing in stocks through an automatic investing system, including the following:
  • Minimizes emotions
  • Backtesting
  • Consistency
  • Speed
  • Diversity
When people actively trade, they tend to have emotional reactions when the markets fluctuate. This can cause people to sell stocks that they should hold or to buy into the hype and purchase stocks that they should avoid. Automatic investing helps to avoid these types of emotional reactions.
Back-testing involves taking a look at how stocks have performed historically to anticipate how they might perform in the future. You can take a trading strategy and analyze it by looking at a period of time during which there were varying market conditions. Automatic investing systems can perform back-testing for you and take appropriate action based on the data.
Automatic investing in stocks also helps you to maintain the consistency of your investments. You can set up a plan to invest automatically every payday or once or twice each month. Computers immediately respond to changing market conditions, giving you better entry speed when conditions change. Finally, auto-investing in stocks helps you to achieve more diversity in your portfolio and your investments.

Disadvantages of automatic investment systems

There are a couple of drawbacks of automatic stock investing systems, including over-optimization and monitoring. Over-optimization occurs when a trader uses back-testing to create a plan that appears to be perfect but that underperforms.
Automatic stock investing systems also require monitoring. Because technological glitches can occur, you cannot simply just turn on the computer and leave. When someone is monitoring the system, he or she can address any problems that might occur quickly.

What to look for in systems that support automatic investing in stocks

When you are looking for a system for automatic investing in stocks, there are a number of features that you should review. You should look for a platform that charges minimal trading costs. You should also look at the trading tools that are available and the investment products that you can purchase.
A platform that allows you to conduct mobile trading might also be a good choice, and the accessibility and availability of customer service are important. You will want to look at whether the system provides you with stock analyses and how it is regulated. Other features that you should review are the banking fees, the security of the accounts, order execution, and whether international trading is available.





Fully automated trading and investing systems: Robo-advisors

Robo-advisors are computer programs that are programmed to advise investors according to their financial needs and goals. Some firms that use robo-advisors replace human advisors with them. Others may offer robo-advisory services along with human advisors.
Robo trading has increased in popularity, and the assets under management at robo-advisor firms are expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 18.7 percent through 2023. These programs rely on customized algorithms to provide advice to investors.

How do robo-advisors work?

Robo-advisors can help by automatic investing in stocks for you. When you choose a robo-advisor for auto-investing, it can help to create a diversified portfolio that is designed to help you reach your financial goals.
After you have invested your money, the robo-advisor will make changes to your investments on a continuing basis to make certain that they are aligned back to your target allocations. Some robo-advisors also engage in tax harvesting, which is trading to help to minimize your taxes.
Robo-advisors are inexpensive and can help you to minimize your tax losses. You are able to set your preferences and to edit them. You can also specify your time horizons and goals.

Robo-advisors vs. financial advisors

Robo-advisors may be preferable to younger people who find stock charts and symbols confusing. They are also helpful because they can help you to keep your emotions out of investing through automatic investing.
Investing in stocks can seem difficult. A robo-advisor can help to demystify the process while helping you to work towards your financial goals no matter your age. Financial advisors may offer a human touch to stock investing, but robo-trading may provide you with better overall returns.

Automatic investment plans

An automatic investment plan can help you with stock investing by automatically transferring funds from your paychecks or from your bank account to your portfolio. The funds can then be automatically invested according to your goals, risk tolerance, and time horizon. Here are a few concepts about automatic investment plans that you should know.




Dollar-cost averaging

If you want to learn how to invest in stocks online, you might want to consider a strategy called dollar-cost averaging. Dollar-cost averaging is a type of investment technique in which you purchase a specific investment in a set dollar amount on a regular basis. With this technique, you will end up purchasing more shares when the value falls and fewer shares when the value rises.
Dollar-cost averaging is one of the best automatic investment plans for people who want to avoid emotions when they invest. It is a disciplined approach that can help you to build wealth over time.

Systematic investment plans

systematic investment plan is a plan that can help you to learn how to start investing in stocks. In this type of plan, you set up a regular transfer of money in a set dollar amount into your portfolio. This is a simple approach for how to invest in stocks online. It takes into account dollar-cost averaging and may be used to fund a retirement account.
Since you purchase securities in a set dollar amount each time that your scheduled investment occurs, the average cost of the securities that you purchase will decrease as time passes.

Steps to set up an automatic investment plan

Before you set up an automatic investment plan, you should start by picking a percentage that you want to invest each time instead of a specific dollar amount. If you do not have direct deposit from your job, you should ask your employer to start doing it. Then, you will need to choose the firm at which you want to open your account. The firm should be one that offers one of the best stocking trading apps.
Set up your account with your initial information. You will then need to pick your portfolio preferences. Then, you will need to determine the type of investment accounts that you want to open such as IRAs or 401(k) accounts. You will need to provide some personal information since it is required under the Patriot Act. Finally, you will then need to fund your account, which can be completed by direct deposit.




How automatic investing in stocks works with M1 Finance

M1 Finance is an investment platform that makes learning how to start investing in stocks simple. You can decide how much you would like to invest and easily open your account. After you have provided your information, you can set up an automatic investment schedule so that funds automatically flow into your account.
M1 Finance allows you to choose your own securities or to opt to choose a portfolio that has been expertly created for you according to your goals and risk tolerance. M1 helps your money to grow through automatic re-balancing so that your portfolio continues to meet your target allocations.

The benefits offered by auto-investing in stocks through M1 Finance

M1 Finance uses smart robo-advising programming to help investors achieve their financial goals. It does not charge any commissions or management fees so that your savings can grow even more.
When you invest with M1 Finance, you can enjoy personalization of your portfolio. The site also offers great accessibility and cutting-edge expertise. M1 Finance offers many different securities from which you can choose and different types of accounts. You can also get started investing by signing up now.

Monday, February 3, 2020

Feb 3 2020 Trades

Today I closed one trades and it is an spx 0 DTE (zero days to expiration) and it was a looser. The trade  was  SPX 0 DTE trade based on the modified bollinger bands strategy  on 5 min candles. In this post I will try to explain the strategy used for these trades, and the same strategy that I use to share my trades on the free whatsapp group that I have which is open to anyone who would like to join.

Trade 1: SPX 0 DTE trade

In short for the modified bollinger bands strategy, I scan spx on a 5 min candles for 5 closes below or above a modified bollinger band of standard deviation of 0.382 a well as the 50 SMA. 

At 1:25 pm central time, SPX 5 min candles came up on my chart by showing 5 closes on the 5 min candles below the modified bollinger bands and 50 sma. 

So I placed the trigger below the lowest of these candles and at 1:36pm the trigger triggered so I entered a call credit spread  and I sent out an alert on the whatsapp group.

The Trade I entered was:

STO -1 VERTICAL SPX 100 W 3 FEB 20 (0) 3255/3260 C @.70 LMT

Sell Call 3255
Buy Call 3260

On these kind of trades on the 0 DTE spx trades I like to take profits at 50% and go on to the next trade so when we entered we collected 0.7 on the CCS and I set a GTC order at 0.35 with our stop loss being three times the credit received so in this case 2.1.

Today around 2:35pm SPX  went up  in price and my stop loss was hit and I closed the trade for a loss of $140 per contract and I sent the alert to the whatsapp group that we closed it in case anyone was following it. Of course as soon as i did that spx turned and headed in the other direction and this spread expired worthless at the end of a day for a win. Some people that followed my 0 DTE trade today stayed in it since when they got in they had  a better fill so their stop loss was more than mine and they ended up with having a winner for this trade but for me today's spx ended up being a looser. I am sticking to the plan and staying disciplined as much as i can to be able to trade the next day. 






Total Profit for Feb 3 2020 profits:

Trade 1: $-140


Total February Trades Profit/Loss: $-140 per contract.

Hope this blog helps you find profitable strategies and in case you want to follow my trades please join the whatsapp group

Friday, January 31, 2020

January 2020 Profit/Loss Summary


I thought about writing a blog after a friend of mine pointed out that it would be nice to have a trade log about my trades for the month where it is updated month after month to show the P/L for each of the strategies that I use and what is the profit I accumulated from them.

I divided my trades in 3 ways. The free trades that I share throughout the day that are based on one strategy, Other Trades that are based on different strategies, SPX 0 DTE and SPX 7 DTE.

On the free trades I closed 20 trades, 16 wins and 4 losses with win rate of 80% and the win to loss ratio is 4.

On the other trades I closed 16 trades, 14 wins and 2 losses with win rate of 87.5% and the win to loss ratio is 7.

On the SPX 0 DTE trades I closed 12 trades, 9 wins and 3 losses with win rate of 75% and the win to loss ratio is 3.

On the SPX 7 DTE trades I closed 7 trades and they are all winners.

Total Trades for all Strategies: 55
Total Win Trades: 46
Total Losing Trades: 9

Total Win rate: 83.64 %

NOTE: I always send trade alerts for 1 contract for easy math and I show it on the Profit/Loss sheet as well as 1 contact but you are free and depending on your risk tolerance if you want to go more than 1 or no. And in the below spreadsheet  I show the result for 1 contract. I usually go more than 1 on any trade but I want to show the results based on 1 contract since then everyone can scale it up to their own risk tolerance. 





Here is the google sheet for January 2020 Trade log.

The Free Whatsapp group where I share the trades is open to anyone who would like to join.