Hi, Right now, I'm mainly using fundamentals to invest in solid companies. My strategy at the moment is to set a certain capital gains amount in % and/or exit the position after a certain loss. Of course, if it's a normal drawdown, I may load up depending upon the funds I have. But if it's something serious, like an earnings miss or a troubling sector, then I may exit early. Similarly, after I have attained my set capital gains mark, I exit or hold on if everything looks positive. Essentially, I'm more interested in hitting singles and doubles than hitting a homerun. I'm certainly beating the market, but I was wondering, is this a good strategy? Can I improve on it somehow? Please understand that I'm not trading daily nor do I want to. I'm more or less looking at this as swing trading. As such, sometimes if I have attained my goal or lost, then I'll quit in as early as few weeks, and sometimes I may last a few months easily.