Do Trading Strategies Provide Consistent Trading Tools?
Traders involved in trading during the day look to enter and exit their positions within the same trading day. They are looking to profit by leveraging small capital amounts (trading on margin provided by their brokerages). They take advantage of little price movements that occur throughout the day in liquid instruments.
Many instruments traded actively on the New York Stock Exchange, the NASDAQ, the AMEX, and the Chicago Mercantile Exchange are potentially profitable candidates for daytrading. To identify profitable trading candidates, daytraders examine the instrument for two aspects: liquidity and volatility. Liquidity refers to entering and exiting a position quickly, without significant slippage. Volatility is the rate at which the instrument's price rises or falls. Volatility is calculated by taking the annualized standard deviation of daily price change. If the price moves up and down quickly over a short time period, it is considered to have high volatility. If the price rarely changes, the instrument has low volatility.
Shadowtraders Trading Software is a combination of over 20 trading strategies, from pivots, fractal analytics, proprietary momentum and trend lines, and contrarian entries.
Here's some examples of Shadowtraders Trading Software:
Notice the resistance fractal (green dot/dash line), support fractal (red dot/dash line), and momentum built into the candle. You can also see red and green arrows showing entry points. There is also two proprietary trend lines (brown and orange dot dot/dash) lines. Notice how closely the trend lines hug the price, revealing actual tops and bottoms.
Here the resistance fractal (green dot/dash line) crosses below the support fractal (red dot/dash line) causing the trend to be upside down. When that happens, we can expect a large move in price as the Market corrects itself. To determine the direction, watch the proprietary trend lines (brown and orange dot dot/dash).
Another fractal cross, with the resistance fractal (green dot/dash line) crossing the support fractal (red dot/dash line). This time the cross is accompanied by red alerts signifying short entries. Look at the move down after the alerts from the trading strategies. You'll find out all about this in Shadowtraders Trading Course.
Check out this video of a Live Demo from February 05, 2010 in front of 285 participants showing Shadowtraders trading strategies in action.
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