WinTieWin Trading Signals are algorithm-generated trading signals for timing the buying and selling of equities that track the price movement of the S&P 500 Index.
The signal-generating engine was developed over many years and has produced steady profits for almost 20 years ... the extent of its test period.
• Specific timing for the entering and exiting of trades designed to track the S&P 500 Index.
• Description of how to trade WinTieWin Trading Signals.
• List of popular ETFs (exchange traded funds) which may prove useful in the trading of WinTieWin Trading Signals.
• List of popular online brokers suitable for the opening and funding of an online brokerage account.
• Banner displaying major indexes, popular ETFs, and user add-on symbols.
The buy and sell signals were designed to produce profits from trades that typically last for 4 or 5 market days, but are not expected to predict each day’s direction of market price movement. For simplicity, the signals are best thought of as Up Signals and Down Signals that represent the anticipated overall market direction while in a trade.
While a trade-direction signal is generated every market day, less than 5% of the time, though, the signal may be Out of Market. On those days, you would not be expected to have a position in the market.
The signals are updated to the application at approximately 11:00 AM ET each market day and are intended to be executed on that market-day’s close. Consequently, the signals are designed to take advantage of the following day’s (or days’) market action.
There are three types of trading signals, and they have been designed to have different personalities ... primarily distinguished by the amount of time spent in the market. The Confident Signal type is in the market only about 20% of the time; the Strong Signal type is in the market about 50% of the time; and the Aggressive Signal type is usually always
in the market.
Further, the signal-types have these characteristics:
• Confident – Achieves the highest trade accuracy (typically greater than 80% winning trades) with limited market exposure (in the market about 20% to 40% of the time) and high profits.
• Strong – Achieves a very high trade accuracy (typically 70% to 80% winning trades) with a market exposure between 40% and 80% and higher profits (compared to Confident).
• Aggressive – Achieves a high trade accuracy (typically 65% to 75%
winning trades) with market participation between 95% and 100% of the time while capturing the highest profits when compared to the results of the Confident and Strong types.
Generally, the Confident Signal trader will be a person wishing to encounter less risk by trading a more accurate signal and willing to accept less profit as a result of not being in the market as often; the Strong Signal trader wishes to experience higher profits by being
in the market frequently; the Aggressive Signal trader is willing to be in the market most of the time and to be compensated highly for having been so.
Each market-day’s trading signal will be accessible on the application Signal Page. The trade status of each of the three signal types will be independently displayed. Their signal direction will never be in disagreement. Their differences will only be a matter of market participation; the Confident type will be out of the market more often than the Strong type; the Strong type will be out of the market more often than the Aggressive type; the Aggressive type will only rarely be out of the market.
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