Stock Systems are trading systems for the stock market. In trading there is no definitive answer and that’s why we are in a constant hunt for the right, the next or the best system.
So, which one is it, the right, the next or just a better system? It is all and none of it.
- You can have a wrong or invalid system, but not the right one. Perhaps you may find the right one for you.
- Therefore you search for the better one, but trading is statistics and so at times one is better than the other and after a while it is the other way round.
- That is why it is also important to take a shifting of market mechanics into account and look for the next system – at least to some degree.
There is no holy grail in stock trading, but if there is holy goal, then it is to have a system that behaves robust in different market situations.
However, finding such a stock system equals the never ending quest in a foggy jungle for the legendary treasure.
You think this is not true? Think again – how often have you changed or tweaked what you do in the markets and how often did the really successful traders do it.
The answer is – constantly.
There is always something that could be done better. Looking at how the average participant behaves in the markets, this something is in most cases probably much more than just a fine-tuning of the system they use.
Chances are people either don’t have a system at all or the system has severe contradictions in itself or is incomplete.
Of course, most traders believe otherwise and instead try to find explanations or excuses for each single trade that yielded a loss.
Trading is statistics and not the single specific situation of a specific trade is to blame. It is the trading system that has to give all that a solid fundament.
This site doesn’t aim to present the final solution for the best stock system, which, by the way, is dependant on you, the individual trader, but we try to fathom the space of stock systems that work.
Good luck in the markets and profitable system trading!