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Make Money When the Stock Market Falls

NeverLossTrading gives you the instruments on hand and teaches you how to read market direction, to benefit if the markets go up, down or sideways.

How to read the market direction?

NLT HF-Trading Chart (click the chart to magnify)

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Check out our little YouTube video for more details:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9drYtkV1bcI

Our chart shows five orange color upwards pointing lines: The NLT-Trend-Channel.

The midline, the lower- and the upper-line are crucial for directional readings:

  • Up-trending stocks trend between the midline and the upper line.
  • Down-trending stocks use a price range between the midline and the lower line.

Knowing this, allows us already to make sound trading decisions. In addition, our charts spell out defined trade entries, with a price threshold, which has to be surpassed for us to enter a trade.

  • Buy above $136.46 and if the price of candle, following the trade-proposing candle surpasses this crucial price level we trade the upside.

What is the current trend reading?

On October 17, our chart showed an NLT Top-/Bottom finder signal: Pink, proposing to short the market, when the price for SPY (ETF of the S&P 500 Index) drops below $145.42, which happened the next day and was followed through on October 19, with a strong red candle showing an NLT sell-sign: Sell below $143.05.

The October 19 candle also broke the midline of the NLT Trend-Channel and with that all traders should either exit long positions or find some form of protection, and position themselves short.  In our mentorship classes you will learn:

  • How to read and trade with the trend.
  • When and how to make directional investment decisions without selling the entire portfolio.
  • How to short position yourself short with any type of account, even 401(k) accounts.
  • How to find forms of protection which will preserve your capital.
  • Where to enter and exit directional trades frequently and how to compound interest.

Trading can be easy for you, trading red and trading blue:

  • Red framed price ranges propose to trade to the downside.
  • Blue framed price ranges propose to trade to the upside.
  • Purple Zones, show were the market is not decided and when to best stay out or apply sideways strategies.

To learn all this ask for a personal demonstration, where you can pick the symbols to test our system on:

contact@NeverLossTrading.com

We are looking forward to share with you how to be on the right side of the markets.

Best regards,

NeverLossTrading

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November 15, 2012 at 4:15 am Leave a comment

Generating Daily Income and Building Wealth with NeverLossTrading

At NeverLossTrading, we trade and teach how to trade for constant income. We only take high probability trades and stop or scale down when our daily goal is reached.

Today, September 29, 2011, was a typical trading day:

The Emini S&P 500 Index Contract was the instrument of choice. The goal was, to produce am minimum of 1.5 points per contract, which after trading costs gives us a return on capital invested of 5%.

Our day started on a great overnight movement, I took three trades this morning, and I was done for the day (10:30 a.m. ET).

Let me describe how and when I traded:

The trading time frame for this morning was the 2-minute chart.

At 8:30 a.m. ET, major news hit the market: GDP and Jobless Claims. The news triggered a NLT-Light-Tower Candle, with breakthrough to the upside, leaving the gray channel (European Channel) and I traded. The market speed was 0.875 points/2-Minutes and I took 0.75-points as a goal and the trade (8:36 a.m.) went easy with a fast fill.

Starting 9 a.m. ET, “Purple Zones” dominated the trade and I stayed out of the market. “Purple Zones” occur, where the market pressure is contained between boundaries while the marked forces decide for the direction to trade.

At 9:52 a.m. ET, the NLT indicators showed a high probable trade setup (two red arrows in the TradoMeter and Nominator aligned to the downside) and I traded for 2 points and got filled easy. As it panned out, a new trend started but I did not want to trade against the current uptrend and took the short-term trade rather than the NLT-Trend trade, which would take profits at the NLT-Price-Gravitation-Lines. We now could have ended out trading day with 2.75 points or a 9.2% return.

At 10:16 a.m. ET, the next setup to the downside occurred: Two red arrows on an NLT-Light Tower Candle and I traded to the downside again at a market speed of 2.2 points and got filled at 2 points.

After that, I was done trading and harvested 4.75 points instead of the planned 1.5, making a 16% return on capital invested.

For people who want to trade with very low risk, the 10:16 a.m. ET, NLT-Light-Tower-Candle would be the ideal trade and with one trade a return of 2 points or 6.8% return on capital invested, would have been achieved.

The 15 minute chart had a market speed of 6.8-S&P-Points/15-Minutes and was outside my risk tolerance, so I did not trade it, the same counts for the 1 hour chart with a market speed of 7.8-Points/1-Hour.

The red lines on the price chart are stop lines and I put my stop 2 ticks outside the red line.

We encourage every day trader to also consider Wealth Building. With small returns on highly secure trade setups allot is possible. See the following table:

Our Wealth Building Program focuses on high probability and high security trade setups: Capital preservation with potential trade adjustments are the key goal. The table highlights an average attainment of weekly 2% to 2.5% returns with constant reinvestments, compounding interest. The year over year account balance assumes only a 2:1 margin.

We hope that you now see the power of compounding interest with high likely trade setups, worked out and taught by NeverLossTrading.

To learn how to trade the NeverLossTrading way, please contact@NeverLossTrading.com

September 29, 2011 at 11:13 pm Leave a comment

Financial Market Investments: Stocks, Bonds, Options, Futures, Forex

Why do people invest: to make a return  – some to spare time, but we consider that pleasure.

The best investment opportunities, aren’t they where you know you can recoup your investment at ease, by a legal system in place that protects you, a market that allows you to exit and investment without losing it all. We can never control the outcome of an investment, but can make certain what will happen in the event of an emergency exit.

The best investments are where you know what you are doing, then returns can be achieved through know how.

Another aspect to share: “the best investments are where you do not need a lot of people to make them happen and still reap the benefits.”
Financial markets are a wonderful investment opportunity, if you understand the rules and regulation and the dynamics of how they work.

Why? 

–          You need no clients, no collection, no organization, no technology… and still you can make fantastic returns.

–          You can leverage your investment up to 1:100 without asking a bank for financing.

–          You can be a real estate investor and never build a house, a car maker without any factories, a school faculty without students….

You can decide to be something different every day without justification and explanation to anybody.

Financial market investments allow you to make decisions from the comfort of your home without convincing bosses or supervisory boards. NO more pleasing others and listen to their stories you never cared about – it is you to decide and live as an independent financial market investor.

Come on board, learn NeverLossTrading and invest in 3 days to financial freedom.

contact@NeverLossTrading.com , http://NeverLossTrading.com

October 19, 2010 at 8:25 pm Leave a comment

Stock Markets: Are We Getting Into A Downtrend?

We are facing a time of an growing economy and continues high unemployment rates. There are many indicators speaking for a longer term growth with sharp market corrections. See our arguments.

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Continue Reading August 5, 2010 at 10:44 pm Leave a comment

Stock Market Education: Is Day Trading More Risky?

Day trading is commonly known as being more risky than the traditional buy and hold strategy. We just give you a brief introduction where our days the most money is made and you decide for yourself if this should be a skill to learn or not.

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Continue Reading August 3, 2010 at 11:49 pm Leave a comment

Stock Market News by NeverLossTrading: Where is the Economy and the Stock Market Heading Towards?

A mixed bag of economic news and corporate earnings bring high unemployment and great earnings progress together with the following outlook: ……………..continue reading.

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Continue Reading July 30, 2010 at 9:01 pm Leave a comment

US Markets on Hold after Economic News

Today we had a mixed bag of corporate earnings and economic outlook. The market reacted with a smaller sell off. On our point of view we still see and underlying uptrend and tell you why.

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Continue Reading July 28, 2010 at 6:20 pm Leave a comment

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