Past Trades

As of June 2013 I recorded all buys & sells I’ve posted on the private twitter account in real time for maximum transparency. This is to give you an idea of how many stocks I typically trade and the sort of results you can reasonably expect to achieve based on past performance.

View that list here.

June 2013 to June 15th 2014:
  • 84 winners with avg gain being 6.15%
  • 21 losers with avg loss being 5.32%

These are real, live trades I’ve tweeted on the twitter feed. I can’t fudge these as you can go back and see the actual trades yourself.







FDO update. Sold at highs only to see it falter. Decided not to buy it back.



Sold at $2.49 but it touched $2.81 twenty minutes after I sold it. Lots more gains to be had.


FDO and GNC are stocks that I’m collecting dividends on as well as have nice gains. My system told me to add to GNC on the pullback but at the time I was heavily leveraged on the long side and I didn’t want to add additional risk.








I wanted to show this as an example of a biotech that did work out, but as I state below, we won’t be trading in twz. One subscribers calls them “bi-polar” and I tend to agree that overall they are just difficult to trade.













  6 comments for “Past Trades

  1. gary
    April 23, 2013 at 5:49 pm

    would a new subscriber

    get the complete list of stocks on your watch list.

    • admin
      April 23, 2013 at 5:52 pm

      Absolutely. They get immediate access to our current focus list. If you wanted to know of every stock we ever added you could just scroll through the past tweets and see them. That’s what is great about twitter is absolute transparency.

  2. Clement
    July 9, 2013 at 7:27 pm

    How much is your subscription fee

    • admin
      July 9, 2013 at 7:42 pm

      Currently it’s $20/month with no initial fee. S

      Starting August 1st there will be a $75 initial fee + $20/month. So it’s best to sign up now and lock in the $20/month rate.

  3. Gary
    July 25, 2013 at 12:57 am

    I am not a day trader because I have a full time job. Would your service work for someone that has a full time job and can only check the market a couple of times a day?

    • admin
      July 25, 2013 at 2:22 am

      Absolutely. This is not a service that has a high volume of trades. In addition, I teach you the methods that I personally use to enter and exit stocks on our watchlist so you don’t have to rely on me if you don’t want too. I post all my trades live and also point out setups in advance so you can prepare your trades.

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