Well, it was a year when the markets went nowhere, and the broader Russell 3000 had a pretty bad year. We made 64 long stock trades, with a win rate of 40% and 1.61 reward to risk ratio. That resulted in a trading expectancy of close to 8%. This is before trading costs. Sticking with very bullish rated stocks, with strong money flow, relative strength and in strong industry groups once again proved to be winning investing strategy. Our trade by trade results are here.
For 2016, AA and I are going to trade separate accounts, under different rules and report on individual blogs. We'll get together once a week to discuss how we're doing and the market overall. Our concerns throughout December seem to be manifesting in the form of a few tough trading days for long stock traders to start the year.
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.