We understand where three or more are gathered, something magical happens.
That approach led to a collection of three systems, each with three separate and independant strategies.
Cloud built to be universal, flexible and interchangeable.
We call these Hybrid Systems.
Short Term And Aggressive Approach. Smaller Time Frame. 15-20 Executions Per Month. DTR based Targets Inside Upper And Lower Bell Curve Momvement.
Medium Term And Slightly Relaxed Approach. H4 Concentration Inside Swing Direction. 8-12 Executions Per Month. WATR based Targets At Key Market Levels.
Long Term And Ultra Conservative. Elliot Wave Structure Inside Larger Price Swings. 3-7 Executions Per Month. 5xWATR Qualification.
A Simple Approach To Focus On ToleranceA Clearly Defined And Fully Managed Portfolio Of Possibility
Three independently traded systems built on three individual strategies. Designed to simplify strategy selection. Each system receives activity from the supporting strategies then pushes execution to connected partitions. Based solely on market temperament. Traded as a unified system.
And of course, reported behind 3rd party verification.
Spread over the London session with concentration on Euro and Pound crosses, fundamental announcements with six pair basket execution and an automated element in Phoenix, deployed to capture incremental moves in the direction of M3.
+15,363 PIPS | 380 Trades | 94% Strike | 2019
Conditional swing direction pulled from larger time frames, longer hold times than S3 with smaller stops than L3. The M3 System executes 8-16 trades/month on confirmation with an automated element in Ansbach, deployed to capture wave movement inside the AB boundaries of L3.
+17,707 PIPS | 482 Trades | 66% Strike | 2019
Directional movement inside Elliot Waves and key levels of Supply and Demand. The L3 system executes 3-6 trades/month at support and resistance or larger trend levels with an automated element in Supply, deployed to execute at breaks or rejections of Supply and Demand levels.
+16,378 PIPS | 175 Trades | 90% Strike | 2019