Track and Trade Institutional Money Moves

October 31, 2015 at 5:49 pm Leave a comment

TradeColors.com Weekly Chart for AA: Four trades, three winners; what else do you want?

AA Weeklly Trades

With TradeColors.com, you trade after a sequence of two of the same-color-candles, when the high/low of the second same color candle is surpassed in the next. The above chart shows four trades; three winners (75% attainment rate), showing how high probability trading works for: stocks, their options, commodities, currencies, and treasuries.

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