Short-Term Trading with TradeColors.com

August 13, 2020 at 7:43 am Leave a comment

Rule-based trading is what makes the difference between structured and random trading success.

Today, we want to introduce you to our basic algorithmic and rule-based trading system: TradeColors.com

We best show you how it works in a 12-minute video…click.

TradeColors.com is the entry-level system of NeverLossTrading and always allows you to upgrade, acknowledging the tuition paid. We strive to predict directional price moves with a probability ≥ 65%. The returns you strive for depend on the asset class you choose and the frequency of trading:

  • Stocks, their options
  • Futures
  • FOREX

Besides, the trade frequency and the risk association are essential to determine the potential outcome of your trading endeavors.

By a client request, we appraised the performance on the /NQ: E-Mini NASDAQ 100 futures contract, time-based and tick-based:

/NQ on a 2h-TradeColors.com Chart

Following the specifications of TradeColors.com, in a period of 32 trading days (6/19/20 to 8/4/20), the system produced nine trading opportunities: seven winning trades, two losing trades. The average target to strive for was 80 Points, with a point value of $20 = $1,600 per opportunity. Assuming that you traded one contract at a 1:1 relation between risk and reward, the outcome of the trading example would have been:

Projected Outcome: 7 x $1,600 – 2 x $1,600 = $8,000  (actual win rate)

If we assumed a 65% win rate, the expected outcome would be $3,840.

If a risk-unit of $1,600 is outside of your risk tolerance, we can swap to trading the /MNQ (Micro NASDAQ Futures Contract), which scales down the risk unit of one contract to $160. We could also use a different time frame or potentially a transaction-oriented point of view as we do in the following chart:

/NQ on 3,200-tick TradeColors.com Chart

Chart Constellations:

  • Average price expansion: 16 Points = $320
  • TradeColors.com Opportunities: 7
  • Observed Time Frame: 2 Days
  • Results: 6 winners, one loss
  • Outcome: 6 x $320 – $320 = $1,600 (trading one contract)

Trading in a 4% risk tolerance, based on $25,000 holdings, would allow for trading three contracts, producing $4,800 of income from the trades in two days.

These are the most recent system results, and we cannot guarantee you will achieve the same and make you aware of the risk in trading by our disclaimer (link below).

Producing consistent income from trading and investing is a process, and we provide systems, strategies, and a game plan, helping you to develop yourself into the trader you want to be.

If you are up for learning this, let us get super interactive, and we meet with you in a one-on-one meeting online to test how our systems can help you day trading, swing trading, or longer-term investing. 

We want to have a content filled conversation with you, and such we want only to offer this to 20 individuals.

No, there is no charge, I just want to make sure it’s GOOD …and the only way that can happen is if you get personal attention. That’s why I only wish to take 20 individual conversations max.

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

To sign up for our free trading tips, webinars, and reports….click.

We are looking forward to hearing back from you!

Thomas

www.NeverLossTrading.com

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Entry filed under: Day Trading, Futures, Futures Trading, high probability trading, High Productivity Trading, making money trading, Stock Market Index, Swing Trading, Technical Analysis, trading system.

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