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Trading Versus Investing

The difference between trading and investing is usually found in the perspective:

  • Investors are mostly prone to buy and hold positions for the longer-term.
  • Traders react on shorter-term price actions and operate with trading strategies for positive participation on up- and downside price moves.

The financial markets started the year turbulent: On January 20, 2016 the stock market produced a temporary low and this low was just tested again on February 11, 2016.

Holders of longer-term portfolios are in average down 15%, six weeks into the New Year and who is telling us, this is the end of the line and 2007/2008 will not repeat itself?

We love technology, putting us trader’s par-to-par with institutional investors. Take a look at the following chart; would those signals help you to find the pre-dominant trading- or investing direction?

NeverLossTrading Top-Line Chart for QQQ (ETF of the NASDAQ 100)

QQQ 2016

Hence, get prepared for 2016 forward:

  • Apply solid strategies for participating in price moves to the up- and downside with options, futures, ETF’s, and shorting stocks with short squeeze protection.
  • Follow the markets with a cycle strategy to up- and downside.
  • Be ready to open and close trades at the same day, eliminating overnight risks.

If you are up for following institutional money moves with an algorithmic-, activity based trading system, we are open for new students. Find the program that suits you and learn to apply it by one-on-one teaching; focused on your wants and needs, with highest efficiency.

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February 12, 2016 at 4:40 am Leave a comment

Risk Handling Equals Trading Success

How was your trading in 2014?

In 2015, change is automatic, progress is not.

At this point in time, the New Year’s Resolutions are over.

A resolution means to resolve something.

Did you resolve, getting with your trading where you want to be?

Risk is the key determining factor in your trading:

Join our presentation at Thursday, February 5, 2015, 4:30 p.m. EST.

Register here:  and learn more about:

  • How much risk to accept per trade
  • Meaningful risk, giving the price enough wiggle room to come to target
  • Position size in relation to the risk you take and the reward you plan to achieve

Your Trading System is supposed to help you defining those answers; however, most trading systems are purely mathematical based:

  • Moving Average Based Systems: MACD, RSI, Bollinger Bands… Trade entry decisions are made based on average past price performance.
  • Pattern Based Systems: Elliott Wave, Cup and Handle, Head and Shoulders… Trade entry decisions are made based on an expected price continuation pattern.

By not following real-time market transactions, those indicators lag and have a lower probability to bring you where you want to be: Hence, you are trading with an increased risk.

Learn how to use an activity based trading system: NeverLossTrading, which helps you to spot and trade along with institutional money moves.

Experience more details at our upcoming presentation at

Thursday, February 5, 2015, 4:30 p.m. EST.

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If your time does not allow, we are happy to give you a personal demonstration:

Call: +1 866 455 4520 or to schedule a personal consulting session.

We are looking forward being with you and helping you to turn into the trader you want to be.



February 3, 2015 at 10:06 am Leave a comment