Automated swing trading software
Make better returns and know your positions right or wrong in real time. This alone would save you a lot of money. AbleTrend is your decision-making tool in trading for either bull or bear market conditions.
The signals are real time with sound, display or cell phone alerts. The day trial is your first small step toward lasting trading success. By starting with AbleTrend, thousands of traders have gotten a fresh new way of looking at the market, and unlocked the magic logic of markets.
After using AbleTrend, you will never see the markets in the same way before. AbleTrend is a universal trading system software that can be applied to any market and any time chart. It provides specific buy, sell and exit signals with back testing reports.
You may use the back testing reports and virtual paper trade simulations for verifying the trading strategies before you risk the real money.
It's easy and straightforward. Most traders can clearly see how well the AbleTrends signals work in just a few days. This provides you the first hand experiences to play the real full version of the software before you make the purchasing decision.
You don't have to make either of those decisions yet! The fee that you paid for the trial will be your credit for ordering our software within 30 days. Click Here or email sales ablesys. Swing trading means a trader holds his trading positions over night. It is a short term trading, holding positions for 1 to 5 days.
Swing traders normally use 15 to min charts with AbleTrend signals, and use min or daily charts as guidance for the market direction. In swing trading, you must find markets that they are volatile enough to move up and down.
Trading is extremely stressful even if it's the machine itself that's doing the trading. In fact, I read a scientific study a while back that found that a losing trade is twice as psychologically draining as the equivalent winning trade is psychologically reinforcing, which basically means that you're generally going to be operating at a psychological deficit at the end of every work day.
I know a lot of startup founders like to talk about how hard startups are and about the incredible roller-coaster ride that is the startup life which is true , but I got news for you, it doesn't compare to the grinding, gut-wrenching stress of trading, and frankly that's no way to live.
Please see addendum I've done a lot of the trading thing and while it's a fun and addictive game for sure, I found that traders are generally not my kind of people. The reason for this I think is that for most traders it's pretty much all about the money, and whenever anything is all or mostly about the money, it ends up having no soul.
This reality turns out to be kind of depressing if you reflect on it for too long and I guess that's probably why most traders aren't all that self-reflective. That said, I'm not so sure this applies to algorithmic traders because from the few I've met they tend to love the technical challenge as much or more that the pursuit of fortune which is not unlike technical startup founders.
The algorithmic trading world is so secretive that you rarely get to meet anyone else doing it, much less have the opportunity to discuss techniques, algorithms or experiences. As a result, there's little to no community to engage with, and in case you haven't already discovered this truth, being part of a community is a big part of what makes life fun. If I ever make a personal fortune from web startups, there's still a part of me that would like to give algorithmic trading one last try.
There, I said it. I've decided that what I wrote in point 7 about "traders not being my kind of people" and "not being all that self-reflective", are both untrue statements. Yes, I had a bad experience with a few traders over the years, but to make a generalization like that was just lazy and unfair. To any traders out there who might be reading this, please accept my apologies.