But the system only gave you one or two long or short signals per day, and each one was only good for about 2 cents per share? (assuming a $20-30 stock) You can't really keep increasing your position size so that your 2 cents per share per day gain becomes enough to live off of, can you? Say you're buying $60k positions of a $21.80 stock. You make your 2 cents, and that's about $55 profit before commissions. You can't just jack it up to $600k positions and make $550 per day. Would you: a) Apply this system to more than one stock so your "one or two signals per day" become "one or two signals per day PER STOCK?" b) Tinker with it to try and make it more profitable? c) something else? I'm just wondering. Say hypothetically this system causes you to enter and put a stop loss 2 cents below your entry price. Your target price is +2 cents. That's tight, and is a 1/1 P/L ratio, but you have a 70% success rate with your calls so it's ok. The +/- 2 cents comes because say this system picks up near the end of trends, and you need a tight stop in case you jump in right as it's reversing. Unless it's the beginning of a huge trend following a short choppy trend, but how often does that happen?