Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Last Updated on June 24, 2019
"HOW DOES APPOINTMENT-BASED TRADING WORK?"
 
Every day, there are three categories of "Trade Triggers" that move the market at specific times throughout the day:  (1) High-impact economic reports, (2) Big company earnings reports, and (3) Market opens and end-of-day trades.  Within each Trade Trigger category are hundreds of individual Trade Triggers that create promising investment opportunities.

"WHAT TRADING STRATEGY DO YOU USE?"

Just before the appointed time of a trade, we use a very sophisticated and scientific methodology to place pending entries on both sides of the current market price, allowing us to take advantage of price movement.  This allows us to be in the best position when a Trade Trigger occurs and causes price to go long or short (our trades are not biased in either direction -- we are direction neutral).
 
Trades take anywhere from several seconds to several minutes to execute on average, and rarely take longer than 10 minutes.  We use automated targets and stops to minimize the effects of human error and emotional trading.
 
If the market does not commit to a direction and moves sideways instead, our aim is to get out at breakeven, a small gain, or a minimal loss.

"WHICH MARKETS DO YOU TRADE?"
We focus primarily on futures, but we are constantly evaluating and testing other markets for reliable Appointment-Based Trading opportunities.

"I HAVE A REALLY BUSY WORK SCHEDULE.  IS APPOINTMENT-BASED TRADING FOR ME?"
In our experience, The Appointment-Based Trading method might be the ONLY solution for both people who work during the day and for those who have their hands full at home.  Depending on the day, Trade Triggers can occur between 2:30 AM and 11:00 PM (U.S. Eastern time), letting you trade on YOUR schedule.  
 
Also, because trades generally take only 10 minutes or less on average, any time you can schedule a 10-minute break during your day around a Trade Trigger, you'll be able to "get in, get out, and get on with your life".

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