Delta Trading Group tracks and records the historical performance of its base indicator at a Reward/Risk ratio of 4:3. This is because the base indicator can be verified by anyone in the group and is 100% credible.
However it is unethical and irresponsible to propose your results will be the same as the group results, or that your performance will be the same as anything we publish. There are many elements to day-trading, including self-discipline, and application of the knowledge you have at any given point in your trading career.
Trade results for our Delta 123 Trade is designed maintain a theoretical higher win/loss ratio than our base indicator alone. Group traders should track their results individually.
We have a public video that explains the tracking results for the first half of 2015 created by one of our traders. This video demonstrates information you need to know to properly interpret the results. We have a detailed spreadsheet that is made available to our members We do not make the spreadsheet available to non-members because, again, we cannot suggest your FUTURE results will be the same as our past performance.
The video must be watched before examining any of the Delta Trade Performance records. For results in other years you can track yourself when you are member and use the playback features of our trading software.
One of the first things traders want to know about Delta Trading Group is the group’s “Trading Record”.
The basis of our trading record is explained in the folding document: Price Action Trading – Risk Versus Reward (PDF): It explains Risk Management, which is how we track and regulate success. It is only available to members, We don’t want it misinterpreted by individuals who are not educated in our trading methods.
Simplistically, we publish our goal as an average of 5 – 10 NET points a week. Beginning traders should not expect to get the same results as an experienced trader.
We do not publish performance based on money or points. That is not the way we successfully measure performance. We measure trading performance based on the Desired Movement to Stop Loss ratio you want to trade.
For example with our basic Doji-1213 Turn Around Trade was tracked for past several years. The performance was aggregated into two week blocks and then analyzed. There were 14 different Performance Records tracked, based on 14 different Move/Stop Loss ratios. The Risk Reward document shows and entire table. However, here are two of the results.
1. If you traded with the trend and held out for a 2 point move, with a 3 point stop loss, you would have had a winning trade 90% of the time.
2. If you traded with the trend and held out for a 5 point move, with a 3 point stop loss, you would have had a winning trade 70% pf the time.
Many times people concentrate on “what can I gain”, without regard to risk At Delta we track and mange performance by tracking the win ratios of various Movement to Stop Loss ratios.
Our trading record is based on historical and statistical performance of a trade over the course of 2-5 years, depending on the trade. Realize that a typical trading record is past performance, and past performance does not guarantee future performance. We encourage each individual to trade at the level they are comfortable trading at, that makes performance a different for everyone in the group.