Activity Based Trading

June 12, 2015 at 12:02 pm Leave a comment

Why would you want to follow institutional money moves with an algorithmic based system?

You can see an actual free presentation by registering with the following link: and look for Thomas Barmann, Activity Based Trading

Take a look at the S&P E-Mini Chart below:

S&P E-Mini 2-Minute Chart, June 12, 2015

NLT Top-Line ES 10 Min Chart June 12, 2015

Checkmarks identify positive trades: 2-Points or $100/contract each.

Actually, we mostly trade higher time frames, however, you learn how to act, dependent on the SPU: Speed Unit = Expected Price Move per time-unit observed: When the market gets more volatile, we can also participate in very short-term trades with very limited risks.

Do you think you can learn to act on buy and sell signals?

We dedicate our time and effort to teach it to you, trading stocks, their options, futures, and Forex with NeverLossTrading systems, all suited to your individual wants and needs.

Here is a short overview of our offering:

All mentorships will be individual taught and focused on turning you into the trader you want to be.

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