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ITS - Index Trading System
Trading Strategies (Trading Systems)
or How to Use Our QQQQ, SPDRs (SPY) and DOW (DIA) Signals
Now that you are a member, we would like to inform you of trading strategies (trading systems) that you can use in conjunction with our signals. As an alternative to a buy-and-hold approach, we offer four different trading strategies. Select the strategy that you feel is best for you, given your risk tolerance and type of account (regular or retirement).
Trading only "Long" signals is our most conservative strategy. With this approach, you invest only when our trading model issues a "Long" signal.
Once our trading system has issued a "Long" signal, you may wish to buy QQQQ, SPDRs (SPY) or DOW (DIA) stock.
When our trading system issues a "Cash" signal for the QQQQ, you may wish to close your long position and keep the money in a cash account or put it into a money market fund.
Because you must be willing to invest on full margin, this trading strategy
is more aggressive than strategy #1. While this approach can double your
potential gains, there is at the same time a greater risk of loss. Just as
indicated for strategy #1, the use of this approach means that you invest your
money only when our trading system has issued a "Long" signal.
This trading strategy was developed to allow you to profit whether the market
is going up or down. This means that you can invest your money while "Long" or
"Short" - in accordance with our trading signals.
This is our most aggressive trading strategy. It requires investing on full
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