Our QQQ Trading Service provides intraday trading signals for the popular Exchange Traded Fund that reflects the performance of the Nasdaq-100 Index (QQQ). Trading signals show the exact entry and exit prices (Long and Short) and are sent to the subscriber via E-mail and/or SMS text messaging. Signals are verified on the members page.
Another element of our service is the adoption of a professional risk control system and a money management approach. There is nothing more important than applying the risk:reward ratio to all trades and preservation of capital in volatile market conditions. Understanding market dynamics and never marrying a position have been critical to the success of our trading system.
Our methodology uses proprietary algorithms and gathers statistical information from trading activity to forecast the price direction of QQQ. Members are provided easy to use Buy and Sell trading signals of QQQ. There are three models, each designed based on the frequency of trades and tolerance of risk: Aggressive Model, Moderate Model, and Conservative Model.
Our number one goal is to produce results that consistently outperform the buy-and-hold strategy of investing. The buy-and-hold is not a smart way to invest, since it takes years to recover when the market crashes.
As a member you will receive:
Members will have access to the exclusive Members Only page with the latest
|QQQ Trading Signal Alert|
Members will receive an e-mail and/or text alert when new Buy and Sell trade signals occur for each Model (see sample).
|First-Class Member Support|
We focus on quality customer service and respond to all emails in a timely manner. Members will receive full privacy protection, and will absolutely not receive spam or advertisements.
A Buy signal (Long position) is generated when our system suggests QQQ will increase in price. Shares of QQQ are then purchased through your online broker, auto-trading service, and/or investment advisor.
A Sell signal (Short position) is generated when our system suggests QQQ will decrease in price. Short selling is the sale of a security that is not owned by the seller or that the seller has borrowed. Short selling is motivated by the belief that a security's price will decline, enabling it to be bought back at a lower price to make a profit.
In any given strategy, depending upon an individual's investment objective(s), risk tolerance, and individual circumstances, an investor may utilize margin borrowing in his or her investment portfolio. Margin borrowing will leverage your investments and increase the risks to your investment equity. If there is a declining account value, additional deposits may be required and/or there may be a need to sell securities in your account. It is possible to lose more than your investment equity. Please consult your Financial Advisor regarding margin disclosures or any other questions.