Sure: I have documented 47 closed positions so far. "One position" being (a), (b), etc. in the trade documentation above, i.e. one trade is usually two positions. Overall profit is +23.27 R, i.e. an average of 0.50 R per trade/position.
I haven't been very thorough when it comes to taking every signal, though, which is something I plan to do when going real-money. Plus, I need to do some backtests on more exotic markets before trading them (which I haven't done so far). Point and Figure is a great concept, but I don't have a convenient way to include it into my trading. As for indices, I'm mainly looking at swing charts now.
His book is available as a PDF from various Bittorrent trackers. You can download and have a look at the whole thing before buying it. Aside from that: buy it; it's a classic.
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DAX Uptrend; first down day. SL(b) 7440. TecDAX Uptrend; up day. Dow Jones Uptrend; first down day. S&P 500 Uptrend; first down day. Nasdaq 100 Uptrend; first down day. SMI Yesterday: uptrend; up day. All Ordinaries Uptrend; up day. SL(b) 4540.
First, I have opened a CFD account at a decent broker (there aren't that many of them), which offers CFDs on cash indices with external quotes, i.e. data is provided by Reuters, and they donít get to mess with them. I will be swing trading the following indices regularly:
The following markets are on my watchlist, which means that Iím not trading them with real money for now:
WTI Spot WTI Light Crude Oil BRENT Spot Brent Crude Oil MGOLD Mini Spot Gold MSILVER Mini Spot Silver
Second, my swing trading strategy for stocks did not prove too successful. I have written about that earlier: itís a lot of hassle to screen for good setups, and stuff that looks good visually might not work all that well. So, Iím going to trade a small basket of stocks in an Al-Brooks-way. The goal is to get profitable, and finally implement this strategy with the same stocks using options.