Trading FAQ's

 

Trade Management

FAQ: Does the system trade with stops?

A: The Trade Tables follow two strategies, first trading with no stops, and second, trading with a 50% trailing stop. To maximize potential for the huge winners, we suggest trading smaller, but with no stop. The 50% trailing stop is a more defensive trade management strategy and it will serve to limit losses and protect gains, but on occasion at the cost of a much larger gain. The choice is up to the individual trader, including the option to craft their own stop-management rules. 

FAQ: What should I do if I can't buy the option at the price in the trade alert? 

A: The price in the alert is simply the price at which the option is trading as the trade is generated. It is the strike and expiration listed in the alert that will be followed in the Trade Table. 

FAQ: What happens if you are using a stop, it is hit, you exit the trade and then it starts moving back in the direction of the original signal?  

A: Wait for the next signal.  

 

General Overview

Q1: How does the system work?

We use our trading platform (trend-following) to identify the larger trend and then monitor the smaller counter-trend retracements for reversals back into the direction of the major trend. 

Q2: What should I expect as a subscriber?

Alerts as new trades are triggered, both via email and posted on the website under your level of service, either Premium (Intermediate Term) or PRO (Short-Term). All PRO subscriptions include Premium access. Expect interim updates that will discuss market conditions, published based upon market conditions, as well as a Weekend Update on Saturday's going over the past week's trading and looking forward to the next week. 

Q3: Do I need a minimum amount of funds in order to trade the system?

The higher your option account capitalization, the easier it will be to take all trades and management drawdowns. Review the public Performance tables for the prices of options that are recommended. If you can enter 5 trades at any one time, even if only one option per trade, your account should be large enough. 

Q4: What is the difference between Blue Line Premium Service and Blue Line PRO?

The Blue Line Premium Service uses both Daily and 180 minute price bars to generate intermediate term trades, about 3-5 weeks. The Blue Line PRO Service trades off of hourly price bars and generate trades lasting from 3-5 days. PRO membership automatically includes Premium membership. 

Q5: Is there anything else I need to know? 

Yes, we are here to help you make money in the stock and index options market. Your success is our success...and vice versa. 

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