Measure and Follow Money Flow

March 24, 2021 at 5:41 am Leave a comment

Would knowing where the money is flowing make a change to your trading and investing endeavors?

The basis of NeverLossTrading is to measure and follow money flow: a powerful approach for high probability trading and investing.

Where is the edge:

As a private investor, you are faster in out of positions than institutions can do.

We use complicated algorithmic models to indicate when to expect directional price moves and how far they shall reach. But you do not need to be concerned about the math; our systems put clearly defined entry, exit, stop-conditions on the chart for you: easy to read and follow. Here a day trading example:

NLT Timeless E-Mini S&P 500 Futures, March 23, 2021

E-Mini S&P 500 Futures Contract on the NLT Timeless Chart

The NLT Timeless approach takes time out of the cohesion and concentrates on the price change as the triggering element to trade:

What you see on the chart:

  1. Sell Signal: Sell < $3,922.8, and in the price movement of the next candle, the set price threshold for a sell-stop order was surpassed and triggered a short trade.
  2. Target-1: Gray dot on the chart, standing for the short-term trading goal. Here about 8-points or a value change of the underlying futures contract of $400.
  3. Target-2: Further out target, we trail for with the red line of the NLT Double Decker, framing the price move in red.
  4. NLT Lime Line: A price gravitation line. Ther, we assume price accumulation but also a pressure for prices to get to this level. In our case, the NLT Lime-Line and target-2 coincide and allowed for a 22-point price change or a value change of the underlying futures contract of $1,100.
  5. The chart shows muliple price continuation signals on the way down, which we appreciate but disregard while we are in a trade.

The system sure works for other assets too, and if you are interested to learn more:, Subj. TimeLess

Institutional investments dominate more than 85% of the financial markets. Price is the result of a change in supply and demand. It is good to know where the institutional money goes; such, our indicators mapped out the sectors with extraordinary attention during the trading day of March 23, 2021. The NeverLossTrading indicators highlighted sectors NLT Power Tower setups (exceptional happenings): indicating selling pressure in the sectors of Biotech and Gold Miners.

NLT Money Flow Measure on March 23, 2021

Today, March 24, 2021, at 8:30 a.m. ET, Durable Goods orders will give an indication for the industry sector development, which had selling pressure yesterday. At 10 a.m. ET, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell testifies before Congress, providing a broad overview of the economy and monetary policy. Powell’s prepared remarks are published ahead of the appearance on Capitol Hill. We report more details on our NLT Alerts, where we list stocks and funds with a price move indication.

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