I have been thinking about creating a slow trend trading method, which requires only monitoring once a day. Using parts of Jacks ideas combined with some simple inputs I came up with the following: - Weekly Charts - Long Trades only when EMA 140 is above EMA 290 on the weekly chart of the SP500 - Define Sectors of the S&P 500 and only trade the strongest Stocks from each sector. - And trade only the sectors that are stronger than the Index. - For entry use Stochastics rising over 75 Level (J.hershey intraday method) - Combined with rising volume - Wait for Stoch to be entwined otherwise leave the trade - Use the right left channel for managing the position - Leave when Channel gets broken - Define initial risk when entering the position - position size in relation to the initial risk - the initial rist should be lower than 1.5% on the entire account. IMO this could be combined with parts of Canslim for the stock selection. What are your opinions on that? Do you think this could be successful or which parts are doomed to fail?