Harvest Trade Center

Trade Activity

FANG @ $111.84
3 hours ago

GMS @ $58.55
3 hours ago

HMHC @ $15.88
3 hours ago

PWR @ $121.70
4 hours ago

HOLX @ $76.37
4 hours ago

TSLA @ $1112.00
8 hours ago

CLFD @ $66.30
8 hours ago

SHW @ $330.25
8 hours ago

NVDA @ $324.40
8 hours ago

ON @ $61.30
8 hours ago

MYRG @ $118.10
8 hours ago

HMHC @ $16.15
9 hours ago

DKS @ $130.42
9 hours ago

DE @ $365.05
9 hours ago

COOP @ $41.36
10 hours ago

CDEV @ $6.63
10 hours ago

BXC @ $72.42
10 hours ago

ASPN @ $58.11
10 hours ago

EXTR @ $13.28
10 hours ago

HRI @ $183.50
10 hours ago

DVN @ $42.65
10 hours ago

BBWI @ $75.02
10 hours ago

EXTR @ $13.16
10 hours ago

ASPN @ $60.55
10 hours ago

BBWI @ $74.40
10 hours ago

BTU @ $11.79
10 hours ago

CDEV @ $7.20
10 hours ago

BTU @ $11.90
10 hours ago

LQDT @ $27.05
10 hours ago

GNRC @ $449.65
10 hours ago

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Latest from our Trading Team

October 18, 2021 at 1:25 pm

Recently we expanded our digital trade blotter to include the trades from 2020. We are happy to announce that you can now explore trades from that year. We’re currently still cleaning up a few trade entries on the blotter, but the bulk of it is all there. If you notice anything that is off or miscalculated, please feel free to inform our tech team who will coordinate the necessary adjustments.

In terms of recent trade history, in the last few weeks, we’ve seen a fairly high volume of trades. Over 131 trades were closed within the last two weeks. Some of the symbols taking center stage have been: SAVA, VRTV, HMHC, NAIL, and SIVB–among others. In terms of the broad market, we’ve seen a healthy rise in the market in the last month–nearly 3% in the S&P 500.

Disclaimer: this is an example commentary entry and should not be taken seriously.

By
Taylor Johnson
Junior Trade Assistant

Volume of Buy Transactions by Days

This chart shows the number of buys made for each day. Some days see higher volume than others. Trade activity is usually dependent on a number of factors including market volatility, status of the economy, and trending news. A large sell-off in the market generally presents additional buying opportunities.

Volume of Sell Transactions by Days

This chart shows the number of sells made for each day. Similar to the buy volume chart, you will notice that some days see a higher volume of sells than others. For our tactical trades, sell orders are placed the moment after a buy order has been filled. Our trading team triggers the sells as soon as the trade has reached it’s goal. Click here to see our long-term trading goal success rates.

Average Return Per Trade

3.89%

This takes into account all trades logged in our digital blotter, calculates a return for each trade, and then collects it all into an average.

Number of Trades Closed

96

This is the total amount of trades that were marked as closed because a position that was bought has now been sold. This only accounts for trades that had a sell date within the past two weeks.

Positions Still Open

132

This is the number of trades marked as open, which means they have been bought and not yet sold. This value currently reflects the last three months. It’s important to note that this number may not be entirely accurate as we work to bring our digital blotter up to speed.

Stocks in Focus

  • AA
  • ADTN
  • AMEH
  • ASAN
  • ASPN
  • BBWI
  • BGFV
  • BLDR
  • BTU
  • BXC
  • CAL
  • CALX
  • CDEV
  • CELH
  • CLFD
  • COOP
  • CPRI
  • CROX
  • CRWD
  • DDS
  • DE
  • DFIN
  • DKS
  • DVN
  • EVC
  • EXTR
  • FANG
  • FSR
  • GMS
  • GNRC
  • HMHC
  • HOLX
  • HRI
  • IDT
  • III
  • LAMR
  • LC
  • LEU
  • LOB
  • LPX
  • LQDT
  • MTDR
  • MXL
  • MYRG
  • NET
  • NIO
  • NVDA
  • OLN
  • ON
  • PAG
  • PLUG
  • PWR
  • RHP
  • RYI
  • SAVA
  • SCHN
  • SHW
  • SIG
  • SKT
  • SKY
  • SM
  • SYNA
  • TBBK
  • TMST
  • TRTX
  • TSLA
  • VCEL
  • VRTV
  • VSTO
  • WCC
  • WD

Long-Term Trading Goals and Success Rates

For each of our tactical trades we like to keep to three basic goals. The first is to make sure we don’t lose money on any trade. The second is to gain a return of at least 1%. And the third is to sell trades on the same day they’re bought as often as possible.

The point of these goals are to showcase what each and every tactical trade aims to achieve. There is no guarantee that each trade will achieve each goal. However, if you track the success rates, you should hopefully see that tactical management can have an impact on your portfolio’s performance. Please refer to our Investment Models section to review the historical performance of each model. The impact of our tactical trades is different for each investment model we manage.

Daily Harvest Trades

Goal #1

Don’t lose money on the trade: 100.00%

Goal #2

Return at least 1% on each trade: 95.67 %

Goal #3

Sell trades on the same day they’re bought: 31.58 %

Faith-Based Trades (Coming Soon)

Goal #1

Don’t lose money on the trade.

Goal #2

Return at least 1% on each trade.

Goal #3

Sell trades on the same day they’re bought.

The Broad Market

This reflects the current status of the broad market. These prices are current within 15 minutes and below each one is a description of how much the price has changed over a 1 month period.

SPY
S&P 500
 

$39.68

 
Change over 1 month is from $

IWM
Russell 2000
 

$218.73

 
Change over 1 month is from $

DIA
Dow Jones
 

$349.20

 
Change over 1 month is from $

What our trade team has been saying.

October 18, 2021 at 1:25 pm

Recently we expanded our digital trade blotter to include the trades from 2020. We are happy to announce that you can now explore trades from that year. We’re currently still cleaning up a few trade entries on the blotter, but the bulk of it is all there. If you notice anything that is off or miscalculated, please feel free to inform our tech team who will coordinate the necessary adjustments.

In terms of recent trade history, in the last few weeks, we’ve seen a fairly high volume of trades. Over 131 trades were closed within the last two weeks. Some of the symbols taking center stage have been: SAVA, VRTV, HMHC, NAIL, and SIVB–among others. In terms of the broad market, we’ve seen a healthy rise in the market in the last month–nearly 3% in the S&P 500.

Disclaimer: this is an example commentary entry and should not be taken seriously.

By
Taylor Johnson
Junior Trade Assistant

September 2, 2021 at 3:52 pm

The last several weeks has seen an above average amount of trades. More specifically, we closed out just over 100 trades in the last two weeks. This is partly because the broad market has seen a gentle but healthy and steady rise over the last month here. On top of that, just around two weeks ago there was a small pullback in the market which made for some decent buying opportunities. Some of the stocks in focus recently have been FCX, SAVA, OPRX, and PTGX.

In other news, this week marks the first official week we are publicizing the Harvest Trade Center. In the coming weeks we will release a subscription and notification system that will send updates and alerts periodically. When it is ready, we will post a link to set that up for anyone who is interested. Related to this is the addition of our trades for 2020 to our digital trade blotter. We’ve begun work on importing those trades to our site, and it should be ready for viewing within the next few weeks here.

Disclaimer: this is an example commentary entry and should not be taken seriously.

By
Taylor Johnson
Junior Trade Assistant

August 13, 2021 at 4:33 pm

The last couple of weeks has seen a healthy but gentle rise in the broad market. In terms of trade transactions made per day, there was a steady flow of buys and sells made each day throughout the past two weeks. The total amount of transactions was probably about slightly higher than average.

We closed out almost 100 trades over the course of the last 14 days. Each trade was averaging just around 2.61% per trade. SAVA has been in focus quite a bit during this recent period, with some of the trades netting more 5%. Other stocks in focus are YETI, TBT, REZI, PRTA, and CRWD, which have all seen a decent amount of tactical trades during this period.

Disclaimer: this is an example commentary entry and should not be taken seriously.

By
Taylor Johnson
Junior Trade Assistant

July 21, 2021 at 2:11 pm

This past week has been quite a ride in the market. Mid to late last week we saw a decent sell-off, which presented some nice buying opportunities for us. On July 14th, alone, we bought into more than 20 new positions. Later in the week we continued to add to our positions as prices dropped.

As you can see, by early this week the market picked back up again and we were able to close out a decent amount of trades. Overall, in the past two weeks we closed out almost 70 trades, averaging just above 2.5% per trade. If the momentum keeps up, we should see a slightly above average volume of trades for the rest of the week.

Disclaimer: this is just a test commentary entry and should not be taken seriously.

By
Taylor Johnson
Junior Trade Assistant

July 12, 2021 at 1:05 pm

Welcome to the first of our commentaries for our trade center. Our goal with doing this is to make available to you a week by week update of what’s going on in the market, and what to expect moving forward. Typically we will post here about once a week, sometimes more if it’s warranted. Our trade team will be aiming to break down the recent trading days, and give insight to interpreting the buzz in the news.

In addition to commentary on the markets and trading, we are also looking forward to bring to you more economic news and updates. The commentary here in our trade center will sometimes feature points of interest, suggested reading, or suggested videos in regards to the economy. In the future, our goal is provide a new section dedicated to the latest “economic focus.” For now, you can look forward to reading such updates in these commentaries.

Stay tuned for more updates coming soon.

By
Tim Newell
Senior Portfolio Trader

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