I' m relatively new to this site, but my understanding is that "trading strategies" are not a good topic for the site. Some reasons include "too localized," (will help only one person), or too broad; will generate many "opinionated," as opposed to factual answers.
But I edited one question by tying it to game theory, specifically Nash equilibrium, which appeared to have something to say about the particular strategy. If we could then coach answers in terms of what "Nash equilibrium" (or the Efficient Markets Hypothesis, or Capital Asset Pricing Model) has to say about a strategy, we could "anchor" those answers in finance theory.
On most SE sites, we are not supposed to ask, what do you think about such-and-such (an opinion), but may ask, what does so-and-so (a recognized expert) have to say about such-and-such (the expert's opinion is treated as a fact).
Does tying an otherwise off topic issue (e.g. trading strategies) to a recognized financial theory improve the question enough to make it on topic because the debate is then about the "recognized financial theory?"