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Online Trading Without the Risk !!!

learns from
adjusts to
All the hard work and thinking
Streaming realtime data.
Relationship among markets.
Deviation from the prediction.
Deviation into stress and displays it.
Leadership in the market.
Trade when stress exceeds threshold.
Trade's progress (profit and loss).
Trader when to "HOLD" or "SETTLE".
Trade results &system performance.
It's own performance.
Maximize future results.
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Strategy 3
Hedging - but not !

Market Relationship
The Standard&Poors cash index, called Spyder (symbol SPY), is a very liquid instrument traded on the AMEX which closely tracks the S&P Futures market. The cash index, SPY, and the futures index S&P always move in synch.

Stress is the value of the difference between the Futures and the Cash. For each Futures contract cycle (i.e. 4 per year) the Futures always starts trading at very high Stress levels. The Stress is relieved slowly with numerous sub-variations over the life of each futures contract cycle. PowerTrade© automatically adjusts for daily Stress variations depending on the time to the end of the contract cycle.

The Trade
PowerTrade© selects the most profitable stress range for each day. When the stress is at the high end of the range PowerTrade© signals a trade. The trade always consists of selling 1-ES and buying 500 SPY's. Five-point ($50 per point) stress sub-variations happen at least 100 times during each contract cycle. Each trade can take from 3 minutes up to 3 months. 100% Guaranteed! This is not daytrading!

  • The chart shows stress between Futures and Cash markets.
  • The stress is shown numerically (18.28).
  • PowerTrade© shows today's trade summary and current trade.
  • When PowerTrade© signals a trade, the alarm sounds and the stress box turns green.
  • An indicator shows current trade P&L and recommendation to "HOLD" or to "SETTLE".
  • You just watch or listen for the signal!
  • Let's Summarize.

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