Stacking your gains using compound trading is a good way to increase your portfolio yields over time.

Every trading strategy consists of buying and selling so how should we know if one of them is more superior? The name compound trading honestly sounds “clickbaity” however it is accurate to a large extent. This strategy is employed to identify exit and entry points for execution to maximize the opportunity cost of each tranche of capital deployed in the market. The term compound is used because this strategy will recommend transferring capital returns (ex-Comms) from your last exit to the next entry to compound subsequent gains from the next profitable exit. In simpler terms, you are trying to minimize time wasted while waiting for stocks to consolidate and let your capital ride on the next potential bounce for maximum returns in the short term. After using this technique for many years,