This is how we made 332% in the last 176 days.*
There is a mystery surrounding our ability to almost fictitiously generate profits. So, in an effort to continue in our transparency we wanted to highlight how we make this possible, and how you could take advantage of our strategy without the need for participating directly.
We conduct a swing trading strategy. Swing trading is utilizing higher time frame chart analysis (4 Hour – Weekly). Using such strategies means that structural analysis holds more significance, producing a higher probability of accuracy. Swing trading is preferable over high-frequency trading (“HFT”) or scalping which is intrinsically more risky and subject to volatility. Similarly, day trading or intraday trading have equal risk. All 3 use smaller time frames (4 hour or lower) which means structural analysis is far less significant and increases the probability of inaccuracy.
The main component of our strategy is predicated on price action, specifically support, resistance, and trendlines. After that we use Fibonacci and harmonics patterns like but not limited to: bat, cypher, shark, and butterfly.
We post all our strategy setups for free on our MAM Channel.
Our Risk Management
We leverage our money at a 1:200 ratio. This simply means for every $1 that we have in our MAM is leveraged by $200 when traded. Leveraging money allows our clients to experience immense returns that would be correlated with ultra-wealthy investors. This places our non-accredited clients with fewer funds on the same playing field as the elite and esoteric.
We are aware of the inherent risks associated with using leverage when trading, therefore, we implement strict rules in risk management to mintage losses or alleviate the possibility of a loss. We focus on 0.02 Lots (micro lots or 0.01 is equivalent to $10,000 of real money being traded, which is the smallest amount that can be traded in forex) / $1,000 invested in the MAM. This ensures that our $500 account members can participate while preventing us from overextending ourselves in the likely possibility of a major drawdown.
We administer strict stop losses on most trades executed which once again allows us to minimize loss while alternatively allowing the profitable trades to flourish.
Most of our trades have a greater risk to reward ratio than 1:2. Meaning our reward is always twice (or more) as big as the loss if it would hit our stop loss. This ensures that if some trades do not play out as we wanted them to, we can still break-even.
Trader psychology is an integral component of price action. Every candle you see on the charts can give you the most insight into what’s unfolding in the market. Understanding this basic truth and implementing it into our strategy gives any trader a step-up. The two most common emotions exposed when trading are fear and greed.
We talked about this in one of the previous articles but this topic is so important that we will cover it again.
Abiding by a strict strategy and a set of principles removes the human emotional element. Setting up stop losses and executing based on a proven strategy can allow a trader to overcome the inundated feeling of emotions. Greed is often experienced in a state of euphoria, such as when we are experiencing moments of profitable swings or the anticipation of profit in general. Fear is the opposite of greed. We mostly experience this emotion in moments of drawdowns and uncertainty. Following the strict set of principles and a proven strategy allow the trader to remove uncertainty and mitigate losses, essentially eliminating fear altogether. Similarly, predetermined profit targets are placed to prevent any possible condition of greed.
Our team has a trading plan that is followed every day. It helps us control our psychology because our trades and decisions are made based on the trading plan, not our emotions.
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*Please note all investing involves risk, including the possible loss of money you invest, and past performance does not guarantee future performance. Historical returns, expected returns, and probability projections are provided for informational and illustrative purposes, and may not reflect actual future performance.
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