About the Author
Jason Moser started investing in real stocks in the stock market in 2003. From the beginning, he was trying to devise a plan to help him buy and sell stocks at the correct time. He had zero stock market education. He didn't use indicators on the charts. He either learned of a new stock from a friend, the news, or he just looked at various companies and the detailed stock quote to determine if it was a good stock to trade or not.
Unfortunately, he got in the trades at the wrong time (after they already shifted up), and missed most of the gains. Most of the time, he got out of the trades at the wrong time (after they shifted back down).
"One problem was that it was difficult to get in and out of stocks at the right time because I didn't have continuous access to a computer and my trading account throughout the day."
The other problem was "lack of education". Big lesson learned there.
After losing to a $1,500.00 trade in a pump and dump company (it ended at a total of $4.00 in my trading account), I stopped investing in the stock market for a year or two and dedicated that time to learning as much about the stock market and how to trade successfully.
During the fall of 2008, while on deployment on a submarine, the stock market crashed, erasing about $8,000 from his military investment (Thrift Savings Plan). By the time he got back in port, he pulled his money out to cash, but it was too late. He got back in when the market turned positive again, and he gained some back, but his other stock trades in an individual account were poor at best.
In 2014, he gained some motivation and hope as he started learning about different indicators for charts, and that with a combination of indicators, you can determine when a stock is going to shift up or down. This is the turning point that started Jason on the path to the Extreme Stock System.
"One lesson that I learned is that if you get information on how to do something, immediately research that information and learn everything you can about it. Once I learned how to set up my chart, I began trying different indicator tools. I was introduced to five different hard evidence signals, but they still weren't telling me exactly when to get in and out of a trade. After I spent some money on a system (well, it wasn't all inclusive, because I had to figure most of it out), I won my first couple of trades. Then a loss, and a loss, and another loss. The losses were adding up fast. There was only one indicator, and that one indicator wasn't quite enough to work. Back to the drawing board.
"At this point, I understood my way around the chart, so I started adding a bunch of different indicators and tried a lot of different combinations to see if I could get a more solid trading indicator. I tweaked it around a bunch, almost completely changing it twice, until it started working."
When Jason started his first trial, things were going great, then a rash of losses when there shouldn't have been. From his post-trade analysis, he added a few supporting indicators, tweaked his scan, and tweaked his system a little. He started his second trial in September of 2019, he conducted 19 trades, had 16 wins, and 3 losses, with a total gain of $177.40 on an initial trading account of $1,825.00.
He continued his trial during 2020, and at the end of August, his main trading account had 44 total trades, 37 wins, 7 losses for a total gain of $756.55.
He finished Extreme Stock System and is in the process of publishing it right now. He uses the system every day to find new stocks to trade and is actively investing as his system tells him.
"I've never made this much money trading stocks, ever. I wish I could turn back time and apply this system back when I first started. I wouldn't be working right now."
Jason Moser lives in Chesapeake, Virginia with his wife and two sons. He's a 20 year retired veteran of the United States Navy and continues to serve his country as an Engineering Technician for Submarine Electronics. He has written and published several how-to/self-help books as well as 3 fiction novelettes.