The final trading day of the week is done and over with. So, how did the two Variants fare during the last hunt of the week?
GBP/NZD continued to trend higher on October 5, as you can see on the chart below.
Unfortunately, price action during the first half of the day was a bit choppy so losing trades were also generated. The choppy price action during the first half also meant that many of the Trailing Variant’s winning trades were not able to ride the strong uptrend during the later half of the day.
Still, the Trailing Variant was able to gather another bountiful harvest and is now up by a whopping 13.06% for the month (+10.42% previous). Whee!
The Trailing Variant also able to add to its gains and is now up by 2.83% for the month (+2.21% previous).
Anyhow, you can check out the details by clicking on the relevant jump links below.
- The Fixed TP Variant’s Trade Details (click to jump to this part)
- The Trailing Variant’s Trade Details (click to jump to this part)
- The Month So Far (click to jump to this part)
By the way, if you’re a first-time reader and have no idea what this is all about, then just know that I’m forward testing a purely mechanical trading system.
And if you find that interesting, then you may wanna click on the links below to read about and understand the rules of the system.
- The Happy Hunter Price Action System 4.0 (Fixed TP Variant)
- The Happy Hunter Price Action System 4.0 (Trailing Variant)
Also, if you’re wondering what the numbers on the charts are about, they refer to the trade #, based on the chronological order when the signal was generated, not necessarily when the trade was executed.
Oh, also note that you can find the details of each trade in the tables below the chart. If the table is too small to read, just remember that you can click on it to enlarge it.
The Fixed TP Variant’s Trade Details
The Trailing Variant’s Trade Details
The Month So Far
By the way, if you want to know how the system fared in September, then you can do that by clicking on the link below.
Okay, that’s all for now. And as always, I enjoy your feedback, so if you have any questions, or if you found a possible error somewhere, or if you just want to say “hi,” then don’t be shy and write a comment down below!