Make Money When the Stock Market Falls

November 15, 2012 at 4:15 am Leave a comment

NeverLossTrading gives you the instruments on hand and teaches you how to read market direction, to benefit if the markets go up, down or sideways.

How to read the market direction?

NLT HF-Trading Chart (click the chart to magnify)


Check out our little YouTube video for more details:

Our chart shows five orange color upwards pointing lines: The NLT-Trend-Channel.

The midline, the lower- and the upper-line are crucial for directional readings:

  • Up-trending stocks trend between the midline and the upper line.
  • Down-trending stocks use a price range between the midline and the lower line.

Knowing this, allows us already to make sound trading decisions. In addition, our charts spell out defined trade entries, with a price threshold, which has to be surpassed for us to enter a trade.

  • Buy above $136.46 and if the price of candle, following the trade-proposing candle surpasses this crucial price level we trade the upside.

What is the current trend reading?

On October 17, our chart showed an NLT Top-/Bottom finder signal: Pink, proposing to short the market, when the price for SPY (ETF of the S&P 500 Index) drops below $145.42, which happened the next day and was followed through on October 19, with a strong red candle showing an NLT sell-sign: Sell below $143.05.

The October 19 candle also broke the midline of the NLT Trend-Channel and with that all traders should either exit long positions or find some form of protection, and position themselves short.  In our mentorship classes you will learn:

  • How to read and trade with the trend.
  • When and how to make directional investment decisions without selling the entire portfolio.
  • How to short position yourself short with any type of account, even 401(k) accounts.
  • How to find forms of protection which will preserve your capital.
  • Where to enter and exit directional trades frequently and how to compound interest.

Trading can be easy for you, trading red and trading blue:

  • Red framed price ranges propose to trade to the downside.
  • Blue framed price ranges propose to trade to the upside.
  • Purple Zones, show were the market is not decided and when to best stay out or apply sideways strategies.

To learn all this ask for a personal demonstration, where you can pick the symbols to test our system on:

We are looking forward to share with you how to be on the right side of the markets.

Best regards,


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