Stock and Crude Oil Trading Opportunities with TradeColors.com

November 29, 2013 at 4:01 am Leave a comment

TradeColors.com identifies institutional triggered trading opportunities by a two-candle-color-sequence.

Trade potentials arise when the high of the second or next blue candle is surpassed by the following candle or when the low of the second of following red candle is surpassed by the next candle.

You basically put a buy or sell stop at those levels and then you trade along with the set price direction.

Crude Oil Futures on November 26, 2013 (Time: November 25, 18:00 to November 26: 24:00)

Crude Oil Futures 10 Minute TradeColors.com Chart

TradeColors.com is an introductory concept to “Algorithmic Trading with Human Interaction”, featured by NeverLossTrading® and provides you with a high probability trading system.

However, successful trading is a combination of finding high probability trade entries in combination with formulating immediate targets for the trade, recognizing where the market forces let us expect supply and demand or support and resistance.  

In respect of target setting: TradeColors.com offers two different trading types:

Type 1: Momentum trading – After the second same color candle initiates a trade setup, you trade for the expected price move. But how do you define this target? In our aim to support you in your trading, we added in the upper left hand corner of the chart, a field with states: Price Move Approximation and a number behind it. This field helps you to define the exit or target-1 for your trades.

The Crude Oil Futures Chart shows a current expected price move of $0.16, when the high/low of the trade initiation candle is ticked out, which relates to a potential trade gain of $160 per contract on a 10 minute chart. The expected time in the trade until this target is reached is 1-5 bars: In our example this would mean 10 – 50 minutes.

Type 2: Trend trading – You trail the stop below the prior candle until you get stopped. However, for a trend move, we also formulate our positive exit with the use of the blue lines on the chart. They function as key support and resistance lines and you learn in your mentorship class, how to put those blue-lines on the chart and how to use them for setting your trend trading goals.

Take a look at the orange highlighted areas and you will see how often prices accumulated at the blue-lines. In our mentorship, you will learn to formulate those price levels prior to entering into a trading sequence.

Crude Oil Futures with Key Support and Resistance Levels (Highlighted)

Crude Oil Futures 10 Minut TradeColors.com Chart

Imagine, how trading will be for you by finding entries in a candle-color sequence and formulating targets either with the help of the blue line or by the price-move-approximation.

You recognize: “There is no overhead resistance line on the chart”. How to trade in such a situation? When you do not have an orientation line to trade to and from, then you either momentum trade, formulating an approximated target-1 and target-2 or you trend trade by following the candle color sequence until either your trailing stop gets triggered or the low of the first red candle is surpassed.

User focused, two different systems are available:

TradeColors and NeverLossTrading Compared

The TradeColors.com education packages offer you a budget, however, powerful vehicle to operate in the world’s financial markets.

The chart below shows SPY (ETF for the S&P 500 Index) and its development for the last six months. Trade-setup situations are highlighted in orange and follow the two candle color sequence model:

SPY (June-November 2013)

SPY Daily Chart by TradeColors.com

Again, you see how the directional price moves setup in a two-candle-color-sequence, which was followed through. In addition, the chart shows how the used price gravitation lines defined key supply and demand levels were the price of SPY accumulated or made a major move after a breakthrough.

With the help of our scanner, we help our subscribers on a daily basis to find Stocks, Futures and FOREX pairs, where this setup constellation was found.

AAPL Two-Candle-Color-Sequence and Follow-Through

AAPL Daily Chart on TradeColors.com

The AAPL chart shows that the stock is concluding an up-move, where the price comes close to facing overhead resistance at $550.

If you sign up now for TradeColors.com, every dollar you pay will be accounted on an upgrade to a NeverLossTrading mentorship, in addition, you receive a $500 year-end-discount. Click this link…. or call 866 455 4520 or contact@NeverLossTrading.com

TradeColors Offer for Day Traders and Swing Traders

TradeColors.com is applicable for all asset classes and for their derivatives, Options and Futures:

  1. Stocks, ETF’s, Mutual Funds
  2. Commodities
  3. Currencies
  4. Treasuries

With TradeColors.com, aside from providing you with a trading concept, we share our market scans at least three times per week, reporting stocks, futures and FOREX pairs with a two-same-color-candle-sequence, sharing with you were market pressure and trading opportunities arise.

Considering stocks widely held and traded with institutions, we scan:

  • 180 Stocks from the S&P 100 and NASDAQ 100.
  • 78 FOREX pairs, covering the world currencies.
  • 50 Focus Futures, ranging from stock market indexes, via currencies to commodities and treasuries.

With your subscription to TradeColors.com, you will receive this report free, for 30-days, with the right to renew of your subscription for a monthly fee of $99 after. Subscriptions can be cancelled at any time with PayPal a leading provider of payment option; they even give you the opportunity of financing the tuition for 6-months without payment.

You save hours of time to find and document trading opportunities. Imagine checking 180 charts every night, documenting and selecting those you want to trade. We do the work for you and for a price for less than $5 per trading day, we provide you with constant reports, spelling out:

  • Blue or Red Candle Sequences with market pressure.
  • Potential Momentum Reversals with market pressure.

The average stocks, we repot, has an expected 1-Expansion-Move of 1.7%, based on the cash price of the asset. When you use overnight margin, this relates to a 3.4% return and on an intra-day-basis to a 6.8% return potential.

Futures and FOREX trading, by the used leverage allows for much higher returns.

Always remember: Past performance is not indicative for future results.

Why would one want to upgrade to a NeverLossTrading Mentorship?

NeverLossTrading systems have two major advantages compared to TradeColors.com:

  1. Higher Probability Trade Setups
  2. More Trading Opportunities Per Time-Unit-Observed

Hence, if you are serious about trading, NeverLossTrading systems provide the higher productivity.

Retrun on Capital

TradeColors.com it gives you:

  • An easy to follow, high probability trading system.
  • The possibility for a short-term payback on your tuition.
  • The ability to upgrade to NeverLossTrading Mentorships at full reimbursement of your costs.
  • Clear cut documentation.
  • Focused training.
  • One month support with all your questions answered.

If you are ready for this you can purchase your education package online…click here or

Call +1 866 455 4520 or contact@NeverLossTrading.com  

 

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