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Monday, September 12, 2016

Are You an Average Trader or Investor?

Institutional investments dominate more than 95% of all financial market transactions.
Trading or investing is a professional business and professionals are prepared.
By entering the financial markets, you’re acting against some of the smartest, brightest, most aggressive people in the world. They’re playing to win every single day. For them, every day is the Super Cup Final.
If you are average and are trying to get by on a shoeshine and a smile, then the world is going to run you over. You need a system that gives you repetitive signals you can trust and you must prepare and prepare every day.
How to do so?
We provide our subscribers with a watch list of assets that have system specific setups.
For Friday, September 9, 2016 GOOGL e.g. was on a watch list, giving us a daily signal:
Chart-1: GOOGL on the Daily NLT TurnPoint Chart, August 31 – September 9, 2016
By our system, we only trade when a signal is confirmed by price move of the next candle surpassing the spelled out price threshold: Sell < 801.01 was indeed surpassed by Fridays candle and led us to open a short position.
We had a similar situation on the chart on September 1: Buy>792.89 and the price direction was followed by the next candle and forward.
However, how would that work if you are a shorter-term trader?
Let us scale down to a 4-Hour Chart
Chart-2: GOOGL on the 4-Hour NLT TurnPoint Chart, August 31 – September 9, 2016
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However, if you are a shorter term trader, how would the system give you direction and the opportunity to act?
Let us go to a 1-hour chart and see if we got an entry that let us participate in the price direction of GOOGL that day:
Again, you will see, how two signals spelled out a price threshold: Sell <797 .17="" and="" candle="" direction.="" follow="" go="" in="" led="" next="" o:p="" price="" short="" surpassed="" the="" to="" was="" which="">
If you are trading from an IRA or account type that does not allow you to go short in stocks, we teach you, how you can participate in any direction by using options.

Options is one of our centers of expertise, and learning how to operate at multiple situations with simple options strategies is an essential skill every trader or investor shall have. 

Chart-2: GOOGL on the 1-Hour NLT TurnPoint Chart, September 9, 2016
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If you are not aiming to be an average investor, then you were prepared by knowing that GOOGL and others are on the list, showing a short signal indicated by institutional sell programs. Here our list for Friday, September 9, 2016:
Chart-3: NLT TurnPoint Alert for September 9, 2016 (sent September 8, 2016 to subscribers)
You see: Never Loss Traders are prepared and act on what the chart is indicating.
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Saturday, September 3, 2016

Trading by Understanding Leaders, Followers, and Gatekeepers

When leaders lead and followers jump on what they identify the leaders intend to do, then gate keepers will control the door with a constant aim to better their own situation.
Does that sound familiar?
The financial markets work that way:
Prop-Traders lead the pack with their analysis of what assets to be long or short in.
The action of the Prop-Traders creates a first indication of a change in supply and demand, our indicators measure and when early followers enter in the spotted direction, we trade.
From the beginning, we know that Gatekeepers will aim to change the situation in their favor by trading against the predominate direction and this rebalances their inventories.
Let us look how this is expressed on a chart:
We choose a chart and highlight inventory rebalancing points, where prices go the opposite way for a little before they go up or down:
Chart-1: AAPL Daily Chart
Rebalancing AAPL TradeColors
Let us now highlight in an orange square trade setup that leads to a trade entry by following the rules of our system: A setup is built by two-new-same-color candles in a sequence; however, we only accept a trade if the high of the second-blue-candle or the low of the second-red-candle is surpassed by the following candle.
We trade for a maximum of five candles of the same color sequence or take our exit at the approximated price distance of the setup, which is announced on the left corner of our chart.
In addition, we do not hold over earnings.
Simple rules and here is the setup how it worked on the chart:
Chart-2: AAPL Daily Chart with Trade Setups
Rebalancing AAPL TradeColors Setups
When we followed those rules and mechanically traded from the chart, this would be the outcome:
  • Winning trades: 5 or 71%
  • Losing trades: 1 or 14.5%
  • Scratch trades: 1 or 14.5%
If you are not trading at such attainment level, feel invited to join the circle of NeverLossTrading, while we need to comply to SEC regulations and share with you, that past performance cannot always be taken indicative for future results. is our entry level program, and if you decide to start here, you can always upgrade to a higher level system; getting your paid tuition acknowledged at the upgrade.
Here is an overview of the different systems and mentorships, we offer…click.
If you see a fit for what you want to achieve in your trading, please do not hesitate for a live, free of charge demonstration.
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Take a look at the evaluation of the individual trades, highlighted by the system:
Chart-2: AAPL Daily Chart with Trade Setups
Rebalancing AAPL TradeColors Setups 2 is just the beginning. We only teach one-on-one; hence capacities are limited, so do not miss out:
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We are looking forward to hearing back from you,

Saturday, August 27, 2016

Which Direction to Trade Stocks from the Opening?

There is a way to filter and prepare for the market opening: Many of the US-Stocks were already traded on a worldwide basis with new price points established.
With the help of our indicators, we define before the market opens where you can find directional trading opportunities and how far they potentially reach.  
Let us show in a 4-minute video how this can help your tradingVideo Link
Today, we feature how you can participate in the pre-market price action with NeverLossTrading Top-Line.
The featured trade is only a very little part of what you will learn in 20-hours of individual training. If you feel this or a different mentorship is right for you, schedule an online meeting with us:
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Thursday, August 25, 2016

Trading Pre-Market Price Action

Commonly known, the US-stock market opens at 9:30 a.m. EST; however, at that time, many of the US-Stocks were already traded on a worldwide basis and new price points were established.
With the help of our Indicators, you can see and act on the pre-market action right from your chart.
Please watch our featured video to experience how this can work for you…click
Today, we feature how you can participate in the pre-market price action with NeverLossTrading Top-Line.
The trade we feature is only a very little part of what you will learn in 20-hours of individual training. If you feel this or a different mentorship we offer is right for you, schedule a feel online meeting with us:
Call +1 866 455 4520 or
If you are not already part of our free trading tips, webinars and alerts…sign up here.

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

High Productivity Trading

How often can you participate in directional trades with your trading system?
We offer multiple systems that all can be combined with each other; helping our traders to achieve a higher participation rate and thus a higher productivity and return expectation.
Please watch our featured video to experience how this can work for you…click
Combined NLT Systems
We offer multiple systems that help you to decide from the action of NOW, what most likely will happen in the future.
Take a look at our offering and let us know which system you feel suits your needs best: Every system will be tailored to your wants and needs and taught in highly efficient one-on-one sessions, producing a business plan for your trading (financial and action plan).
Pick the program, you feel that is right or let us guide you in a free consulting hour:
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Friday, August 12, 2016

Trade from Your Chart

Technical analysis is a wonderful tool to find and react on assets with price moves.
Experience how you can achieve high predictability and high participation rate by a new form of technical analysis:
Trade from Your Chart Intro
If you like what you see, check out our offering…click.
Let us know which system you find appealing and contact us for a personal consulting hour:
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Good trading,

Saturday, August 6, 2016

Trading Productivity

Are you seeking to move ahead with your trading or investing efforts?
If yes, read well and take notes about the details of what it takes to improve your results.
Why to take notes?
If mankind could learn by reading an article or a book, why would we need to study subjects for years and still keep very little in us?
Learn how to stack up the prerequisites for trading and investing in your favor.
Productivity, a frequently used word, but what is behind it and how does a productivity measure open up the book with seven seals to trading success?
Trading Productivity
Productivity as a measure helps you to define the status quo of your trading and what it takes to move ahead.
In addition, you can calculate your efficiency ratio: how many trading opportunities are provided and in how many do you participate in and with which results?
With NeverLossTrading, we are offering multiple trading systems; all taught and coached in one-on-one mentorship programs, suited to your wants and needs.
Our internal measurement of the system productivity index is based on all of the System Provided Trade Setups (participation rate) x Average Probability for Success  x Average Reward/Risk-Ratio per Setup.
Chart-1: NeverLossTrading Productivity per System
Productivity Index Comparison of NeverLossTrading Systems
Chart-1 shows a very tiny productivity index value for; however, please consider that this system beats most other trading systems available and allows you a budget entry into the world of algorithmic trading (see the example of Trader-3, below). By investing into a higher grade mentorship, your participation rate and trade accuracy will increase and thus, your trading productivity. Our flag ship product: NeverLossTrading Top-Line achieves the highest productivity index.
NLT TurnPoint Trading is our latest edition, specifically designed for the more mechanical trader, who does not want to take considerations and rather trades signal-by-signal.
All our systems are modular and can be combined. Many of our clients use more than one system: When the tuition for the first system is paid back, they invest into another system to achieve a higher participation rate and trade accuracy: excelling the productivity index to the next level.
Let us give you a little background, why we publish and measure productivity in trading.
Commonly, productivity is defined as a measure of output per unit of input. In an economic function, input factors are capital and labor.
When we come to trading, capital remains to be one of the input factors; the output is measured by the return on capital per time unit (month, year). Let us now check which additional input factors to consider for a trading productivity measure:
1. The Reliability of Your Trading System: What is the probability of your trading system to produce reliable and repetitive results?
This is where most commonly used systems come short; they barely make it to produce a 50:50 chance and thus, most traders lose money. Your goal is to strive for a reliability >65%; giving you a chance to produce positive results. 
2. The Participation Rate: In how many of the possible trading opportunities do you participate in?
When you only trade at a pre-defined chart constellation, how often does it occur and how can you scan for assets that provide you with the desired constellation? Unfortunately, few traders only are prepared for this and constantly know after the fact about an opportunity that was given. This factor is very often neglected and those, who are prepared can participate in a higher amount of opportunities.  
3. Average Returns per Trade Based on a Unit of Risk
There is no risk-free trade and you better have a way to calculate how far a price move will reach when you enter a trade, allowing you to bring reward and risk into a predictable balance. By our observations, if you do not want to be constantly stopped by not allowing for a minimum volatility of the price move, your maximum risk per reward unit at entry shall be up to 1.2-times the reward you are trading for. This negative reward/risk balance shall surely not be the case for every trade; however, staying conservative in our calculations, we assume an average 0.9-reward per risk unit, balancing the average risk to reward at 1.11. Some systems promise 1:5 and 1:10 relations; however, in reality, you might be stopped 20-times before you realize a positive directional trade and thus let’s better stay realistic.
Successful trading has a lot to do with managing those relations. In our calculation example, we take four different traders, trading for a 2% return per trade, for a 100-bar period, with a base capital of $10,000.
Trader-1 observes a limited amount of assets and trades by his system with an average positive expectation of a 54%-win rate and turns his capital about 15-times.
Trader-2 observes a limited amount of assets and trades only when a Doji formation is built, which shall give him a 2:1 reward/risk ratio on a 54% probability (we have statistical evidence for this probability). The formation occurs rarely and thus he turns his capital 7-times.
Trader-3 observes a wide number of assets and by his scans or alerts (regularly finds trading opportunities), 25-capital turns are produced, on a 66%-predictability for the trade to commence in the desired direction with a 0.9-reward/risk ratio.
Trader-4 uses a high probability trading system with a predictability of 75% and constantly finds assets to trade by his scanners or alerts; hence, 33-capital turns are produced with a 0.9-reward/risk ratio.
Table-1: Productivity Comparison
Productivity Comparison of Trading Systems
Table-1 shows that Trader-3 produces double the amount of output (return on capital) and Trader-4 even three times the return of Trader-1 or Trader-2.
If you like to simulate with a copy of this Excel table, just send us an email with subject line: Productivity Comparison Table to
What does that mean to you?
If you are not producing profit or struggle with little profit from trading, consider upgrading to a higher probability trading system, helping you to produce returns from your capital and the amount of hours you are putting in: take a look at our overview site and see which system best suites you…click.
See if there is a system you like and we are happy to give you a live demonstration and guide you what suits your trading needs the best.
Call: +1 866 455 4520 or
We are looking forward to hearing back from you,