How to use our Booster Algorithms to trade Inversely Correlated ETF Pairs or Stocks.
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Follow our Booster Signals each evening. New orders should be placed with your Broker any time before the next MARKET OPEN.
Pairs should be treated as a single investment. You will never have 2 buy signals for any pair. If you have previous sales from either side of any pairs, you may reinvest the proceeds from those previous sales or invest the same original amount or choose any new amount.
It is best to place all orders on the FIRST signal change from a Sell to a Buy or from a Buy to a Sell.
Signals should be taken anytime if the first day signal is missed.
When both sides of any pair have a Sell signal, the algorithms are undecided, and you are in a neutral position, waiting for a Buy.
When both sides of any pair have a Sell signal or after any Sell signal, you may choose a different pair to follow with a higher rank if preferred.
Keep these ETFs in your account for as long as they have a Buy signal and Sell them on the FIRST day you receive a Sell signal.Suggestions for Choosing Which Pairs to Follow. Here are some tips.
Professional Portfolios generally fluctuate with market conditions and contain 50% - 70% of US Stocks + 30% - 40% of European and World Stocks + 10% - 30% of Fixed Income and Bonds +10% of Specialty Items such as Volatility. DIVERSITY reduces RISK.
Our complete set of 12 leveraged pairs includes adequate volume in 12 different Sectors.
Here are some suggestions for how to make your selections and the amount of money you want to invest.
1 – If you have $2,000 - $3,000 to invest, select 2 or 3 diversified pairs from the 12 ETF Sector Pairs, the 2 ETF Volatility Pairs or the 14 Stocks.
2 – If you have $5,000 - $10,000 to invest, select 5 to 10 assets.
3 – If you have $10,000 or greater to invest, we suggest spreading risk over a minimum of 5 assets and a maximum of 11 assets.
When you have determined your choice of pairs or stocks, contact your preferred broker to place initial trades, spreading your money evenly across the assets. As you proceed, you may decide to keep profits with the same assets or review higher ranked assets. The ranking is updated every evening based on current profits.
Look for the new Buy and Sell signals each evening. All initial signal changes are marked with a capital T. If you are just starting, you may decide to take Buy signals at any time. If the signal for one of your choices has a capital T, it is an initial Buy or Sell signal.
If the signal for one of your ETFs is the first Sell signal with a capital T, you need to sell all your shares at the next Market Opening.A Few More General Suggestions for Pairs Trading Beginners.
We suggest a minimum of $750 to be invested in each PAIR or STOCK chosen.
Choose a minimum of 3 to 5 Pairs from different ETF Sectors or stocks. More selections decrease volatility and risk.
Recent combined pairs performances are generally better indicators for future performances but are not always reliable.
Follow the rules for best longer-term results. Market opening prices are not reliable indicators of market closing prices.