The 5 Minute Trading Strategy has been consistently adding to the gains over the past month even as Global markets have continued to show uncertainty and a lack of commitment in direction.
The current strike rate for The 5 Minute Trading Day over the 218 day period is sitting at 80.58%.
The total point return is sitting at 801 for the DAX, 1260 for the DOW and 1789 for the Hang Seng.
So for example, if you started with a $1000 account on the 31/08/22 and traded only $1 a point ( less than $160 margin per position on TD365.com ), you would today have made $3849.50 or a return of 385% on the $1000 in just under a year.
Below are the results for the period 31/08/21 to 21/07/22.
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