Here are all the strategies that I have running in production for my automated trading. Each robot looks for a specific setup and is governed by its own rules, targets, and stops.  These Automated Trading Strategies are created by using Trade-Ideas. Click here for more details.

Please note that the names of the strategies are of my own. They do not represent something you will find elsewhere. 


Algo Buster Rip

  • Direction: Short
  • Alert Type: Opening Range Breakout
  • Stop: 1%
  • Target: 3%
  • Risk to Reward Ratio: 1:3

The 5 minute opening range breakout usually only works well in during earning season. Otherwise the current market seems to favor first a break above the first 5 minute candle then trap longs. So this strategy will join the ones doing the trapping and we will short into the false breakout. There is a 60 minute timed exit.

Algo Buster Dip

  • Direction: Long
  • Alert Type: Opening Range Breakdown
  • Stop: 1%
  • Target: 3%
  • Risk to Reward Ratio: 1:3

When the Bear Kitten Strategy is disabled during bullish market conditions, instead of going short on the breakdown of the open range, this strategy goes long to fade the false break out move. There is a 90 minute timed exit, however, testing shows that you can also explore of using an end of day exit if you wish to build your own version.

Bear Kitten

  • Direction: Short
  • Alert Type: Opening Range Breakdown
  • Stop: Below the high of the day
  • Target: Below the High x2
  • Risk to Reward Ratio: 1:2
Summary:

This strategy looks for Open Range Breakdown’s in the early morning trading session. The stop is above the high of the day (usually created in the first 5 minutes of the trading session), and the target is double the risk. This created a perfect risk to reward ratio of 1:2.


Bear Cub

  • Direction: Short
  • Alert Type: Linear Regression Downtrend
  • Stop: 1%
  • Target: 3%
  • Risk to Reward Ratio: 1:3
Summary:

This strategy looks for stocks that are bearish for the day. Usually the stock would have moved down, retraced some and getting ready to move lower. It looks to get in on this pullback and ride the momentum downwards.


Bull Puppy

  • Direction: Long
  • Alert Type: Opening Range Breakout
  • Stop: Above the low of the day
  • Target: Above the low x2
  • Risk to Reward Ratio: 1:2
Summary:

This strategy looks for Open Range Breakout’s in the early morning trading session. The stop is below the low of the day (usually created in the first 5 minutes of the trading session), and the target is double the risk. This created a perfect risk to reward ratio of 1:2.


Bull Dog

  • Direction: Long
  • Alert Type: Opening Range Breakout
  • Stop: 1%
  • Target: 3%
  • Risk to Reward Ratio: 1:3
Summary:

This strategy looks for stocks that have already moved up in the first 30 minutes of the trading session and has come off the highs. It looks to catch a continuation of the intra day trend. Patterns such has bull flags and pennants are the ones that this one is designed to catch. This strategy works well when the market is trending or during earnings.


Old Dog

  • Direction: Long
  • Alert Type: Opening Range Breakout
  • Stop: 1%
  • Target: 3%
  • Risk to Reward Ratio: 1:3
Summary:

This strategy is almost the same as the Bull Dog but with different filters criteria. This strategy works extremely well during positive earning reports and bullish markets. 


S Curvenator

  • Direction: Long
  • Alert Type: Linear Regression Uptrend
  • Stop: 1.2%
  • Target: 3%
  • Risk to Reward Ratio: 1.2:3
Summary:

This strategy looks for stocks that are bullish for the day. Usually, the stock would have moved up, retraced some and getting ready to move higher. It looks to get in on this pullback and ride the momentum upwards.

To follow the daily progress of each of these strategies, go to the Automation Recap Page.