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Impuls Trading 

The ultimate discipline - returns with little drawdown

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Impulse trading - the ultimate discipline

Why can impulse trading or short-term trading be called the ultimate discipline?


There are at least 2 good reasons for this:



In short-term trading, it is definitely the case that at least 95% lose. From a purely statistical point of view, anyone who has mastered short-term trading is therefore one of the best.



In contrast to swing trading, long-term investments cannot necessarily be described as "easy". Here, too, there are rules and laws of nature that one should adhere to. However, buying a good stock that is then held for 10 years is not as complex as short-term trading.


Our in-house development Impultrading is made up of a large number of individual elements, all of which must first be understood and then implemented without errors. This is definitely a supreme discipline.


Those who take the effort and work their way through the emotionally demanding and factual profound impulse trading will be rewarded with disproportionate returns with little drawdown.


With the kind of impulse trading that we convey in our training courses, annual high above-average returns of over 20% can be easily achieved. And that with an average drawdown of 5%, only in extreme cases up to 10%. This is world class!


Incidentally, the trading world championships are won with short-term action. Investor legends such as Buffet, Druckermiller and Co also achieve amazing results over the years, but their style is more comparable to a marathon runner.


For large accounts, a long-term investment approach is preferable.


If you start with little capital, you should start thinking about whether you will be a good sprinter at the beginning of your career and only then devote yourself to long-term trading .

What are our trades like?

Jump into the shark tank and quickly out again!


The average holding period is only 1 to 5 days

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Ingredients for successful short-term trading

There are at least 6 criteria that are necessary for success:


Trend filter

Trades are only implemented if the overriding direction on the stock markets matches the trend direction of the swing trade.


Trade management

All actions after the trade is opened are assigned to the trade management. First and foremost, these are position resizing and level adjustments.


Risk management

Within the risk management it is clarified how great the individual risk per trade is and how high the overall portfolio risk is.



In trading there are certain key figures and formulas that use simple mathematics to provide information about where it is worthwhile to hone the trading system.


Chart analysis

The chart analysis is used to find out where price dynamics are showing. Money can only be made in the short term through dynamism.



Self-confidence is necessary in order to press the buy button and to set appropriate position sizes. You can only gain self-confidence through precise knowledge of the subject, otherwise fear and mistakes will be your constant companions.

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Technology and sophistication

Training course participants are often amazed at how a small change in the hit rate is reflected in the year-end result.

It is therefore essential to avoid overactive trading and only filter out those setups that promise a high probability of success. We have developed special framework conditions for an "entry window". Trades are only implemented within this window.


In this way there are 2 advantages:

a) higher hit rate

b) less drawdown


As can be seen in the picture, we only act in certain phases. Our sophisticated system is very likely to keep us out of the market, especially in downward phases. Our impulse trading follows the old adage, "only fight if you can win".


Due to the comparatively low number of trades and the low drawdown, impulse trading is easy to implement emotionally and does not require much time.

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2018: 39% / 5%

2019: 47% / 4%

2020: 27% / 6%


Risk per trade 1.5%

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