This was our worst performing strategy, but it no longer is. We introduced this strategy in January, 2009. This strategy was originally designed to secure gains when 1.3% was realized. Although that sounds like an intelligent rule, we found a flaw in this strategy. 1.3% was too much. We were being greedy. On January 1, 2010 we changed the lock rule to secure 0.65%, half of what it was before. Since then, the strategy has been one of our best performers. By reducing our daily target, we increased our overall returns substantially. Pigs get fat, higs get slaughtered.
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