Trading Preperation

Assisted Trading indicators provide a baseline perspective for specific trade entry/exit areas.
In the baseline system trade management is fixed, indicators are setup for a particular win percent and risk/reward.
It is essential (not optional) that in considering our indicators the traders trading plan describes an accurate realistic response to all events encountered while trading.

  1. Simulate your plan: Use the Ninja Simulator to practice your response to each situation you encounter during the trading session.
  2. Liquid markets: All indicators have preset values determined by probability analysis to suppress trades if liquidity is too low. The same process is used to determine the best times periods to be active to increases odds for profitable trades.
  3. Trade most responsive instruments:  Indicators are most responsive on instruments which have good volatility. At Assisted Trading we chose to trade those markets which are most optimal for our technology.
  4. Risk/Reward/Win percentage: To put the odds in your favor,  indicators have a fixed risk/reward/ win percentage and trade frequency associated with an instrument set-up. During the early phase of trade identification we look for  levels and trend-lines that may increase risk (e.g., resistance in front of the target area). Look for trades where risk is reduced, where an entry is close to good support for the trade in question. This will create another “edge” and further enhance probability. Once you become experienced, you can choose to trade with enhanced ratios depending on the trade setup and implement stop/target adjusted trades to suit the opportunity.
  5. Predefined execution areas: The indicators provide entry  and exit areas for every trade, specific entries are determined by the trader using the scalp entry tool.
  6. Do not trade 5 minutes before or after news or at pit opening times: Sudden and abrupt moves that are not trade able can occur during these periods.



FULL RISK DISCLOSURE: Futures trading contains substantial risk and is not for every investor. An investor could potentially lose all or more than the initial investment. Risk capital is money that can be lost without jeopardizing ones financial security or life style. Only risk capital should be used for trading and only those with sufficient risk capital should consider trading. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.

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