Trading with consistency is something special! Markets give profits and losses, so that is not within our control. But we can control the process of our analysis. We can keep this consistent. Here is an example.
In Trend Analyzer (http://www.technicaltrends.com/) , there is an indicator called TA-Stoch. The indicator identifies buying opportunities in uptrend, and selling opportunities in downtrends. This imples that the trader needs to be aware of the trend using independent analysis, but that is a requirement for many discretionary methods.
The chart below is for ACC. I selected the stock at random. The trend is assumed to be up. TA-Stoch gives a buy signal when it falls below 20. Actual buying is done using (a) Bullish candle, (b) Cross above previous high. Once inside a trade, previous lows are used as trailing stops. Since this is a plan for a swing trade, exits are also made with minor trendline breaks, bearish candles. This is a simple strategy. It Works! You can modify this method to work with your favorite momentum indicator.