Here's just some of the ways clients have reported using TradeMiner for trading (some we hadn't even thought of!)
Look At TechnicalsI scan for trades and then choose the best potential candidates based on their score and historical average return. Then I look at each in my charts to see which have the best technical setup to be on-track for this year.
Waiting For The MoveI watch the TradeMiner seasonal trade(s) closely and when a trading trend is set to begin I wait for it to take off in that direction. I may miss out of some of the potential profit, but get the added certainty it is heading in the seasonal direction I was anticipating.
Options TradingI use TradeMiner to buy options instead of the actual stock (or futures contract). I risk less money on each trade with a larger potential gain % when I am correct.
Counter Seasonal Pull-backI don't buy (or sell) on the exact date the seasonal trend historically begins. I watch a few symbols at a time and when one goes counter to its seasonal trend initially those are the ones I tend to jump on once they turn and start to move in their normal historical seasonal trend direction.
ConfirmationI am part of a membership site that gives potential trade setups for stocks and options based on technical setups. I never take any of their chosen trades without first making sure the trade agrees with the historical seasonal trend and market cycle from TradeMiner.
Alerts For Efficient TradingI have TradeMiner email me my chosen trades just before the historical season trend has began in previous years. This makes it so I can easily find trends I want to be aware of and have them conveniently emailed to me throughout the month.
Finding Market BiasI personally trade short-term trades and have found TradeMiner very useful for determining a long-term bias for my short-term trades.
Seasonal ContractsI use TradeMiner for futures contracts because they are very cyclical in nature and supply/demand driven because of growing/planting seasons for the different commodities.
At A Minimum...I use TradeMiner to make sure at a minimum I am never placing trades against historically strong seasonal trends because that'd be just like trying to walk up an escalator that is coming down.
Simplicity and ease-of-use were the highest priorities when TradeMiner was designed and created.
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