Here’s The Plain Fact…
You can make more money trading the stock using the signals from these systems than buy and hold, with substantially less risk, even when stocks like Apple are on incredible run ups. And if you trade options, you can make more money with far less capital.
There are three Apple systems traders that are the cornerstone of the service, and a handful of select stocks that compliment the Apple traders. Every system is chosen for its outstanding performance and high degree of robustness. The performance is undeniable, but it is the consistency and robustness that make these systems a joy to use.
All systems have been rigorously tested with real money, over extended periods of time. And all system performance includes commissions, slippage and other costs, so you are seeing real-world results.
What Is A Robust Trading System?
With so many trading systems in the market place, it can be very confusing to gauge if a trading system will be profitable in the future. Institutional system programmers use a simple yet very effective calculation on determining its robustness based on this formula.
PRP Index = (% profitable) X (Ratio avg win/avg loss) X (Profit factor)
If the PRP calculation is greater the 1.2 it’s considered a good trading system. As the number increases closer to 2 the system is considered very good if it reaches 3 or higher it’s considered outstanding.
For your convenience we have listed our PRP index results below.
Data Mining Systems: The Over The Weekend (OTW) and Into Expiration Friday (IEF) AAPL traders are long and short systems respectively, and achieve superior results compared to traditional technical analysis by predicting market direction of AAPL based on years of historic data. AppleInvestor highly recommends trading these systems together to capture both the bear and bull moves of AAPL.
(OTW) PRP index = 4.61
(IEF) PRP index = 4.26
Volatility Boundary System: Our Double Bollinger (DBOL) trader is based on crossing volatility boundaries. The stronger the trend of AAPL, the better the historic back testing results. As an example, when AAPL shares in 2012 traded from $350 to $705 back to a low $390 the DBL system produced an outstanding rate of return of 65 percent. (DBOL) is a long and short trading system.
(DBOL) PRP index = 2.06
“How Do These Traders Work?”
All our automated traders have been extensively backtested and forward walked. The systems results include slippage and commissions, so that the equity results reflect actual system performance.
- The auto trader generates buy and sell trade orders, then creates and email alert.
- The alert is routed through an email to Twitter service that converts the alert to a tweet and posts it on a private Twitter account.
- Subscribers follow the private Twitter account, and activate their smart phones and link it with Twitter text messaging.
- Subscribers are immediately notified via text message when a trade alert is posted on the private Twitter account.
- The subscriber mimics the trade in the alert. within a reasonable timeframe in order to mimic the trader performance.