High probability set-ups through technical analysis
The Technical Breakout Trader utilizes multiple time frame analysis to deliver the highest probability trade setups.Verified by Marketfy
Many traders try to use technical analysis to determine optimal entry/exit points but eventually find themselves overwhelmed by all the indicators at their disposal. Often one indicator gives you a buy signal while another gives you a sell signal creating unneeded noise in an already information overloaded space. This leads to many traders searching for a "holy grail" system, a term often used to refer to a system that is always profitable. Unfortunately no system is always profitable. This leads to flip flopping from strategy to strategy -- and losing hard earned money in the process.
I personally have made all the mistakes one does trying to fit technical analysis into your investment strategy over the years, and am proud to say I have found a system that works -- with proper money management techniques of course!
Do you relate to any of the following?
Has the old buy & hold strategy cost you hundreds of dollars waiting for supposedly great stocks to go up?
Has valuing equities based on P/E, P/B, PEG, and Earnings multiple ratios failed you?
Tired of listening to "expert" analysts telling you a stock is a "conviction" buy only to see it plummet days later?
Want to learn how to capture gains, limit your losses, and gain confidence to enter trades on your own?
If so, then the Technical Breakout Trader is for you!
Here is an overview of what you get with your purchase!
Weekly watch lists - Each week you will receive 4-5 high probability trade setups with charts indicating key support and resistance levels. Each set-up is hand picked to give the trader the greatest chance for large gains. This gives the trader added flexibility to pick the trades they like the best and not necessarily follow the expert.
Trade alerts - Email and text alerts for confirmed breakouts with optimal entry points before they happen. This gives the trader an edge over other investors, as only Technical Breakout Trader subscribers will know optimal pullback areas for the the highest probability entry points.
Money management techniques - Know your risk before you enter a trade! Each trade alert comes with suggested stop losses. Risk is always 2-7% of capital put up and never more. This ensures that you limit losses. Stop losses are key to the system. They are a way to make sure losers don't turn into a long term investment like many of us have experienced. We use them as our exit to take emotion out of a trade. A trade can be held for at least one day to over several months.
Ongoing trade monitoring - Each trade taken is closely monitored on multiple time-frames to spot trend reversals early and identify key support and resistance levels as time goes on. By adjusting our stop losses upwards, we will protect capital and protect our profits when a trade moves our way.
Educational videos - Trading is a learning process. With various educational videos at your fingertips, there will always be something new to pick up. You will learn everything from the basics of technical analysis, to how to draw your own support and resistance levels, to how to screen for your own stocks. There is something for everyone!
One-on-One communication - I will be available during most regular market hours to answer any questions about a new or ongoing trade.
I look forward to getting to know you personally and sharing my knowledge of technical analysis!
Learn about the markets in the fastest, most effective way from mavens and other industry experts. Whether you want to learn to trade full time or just generate an extra monthly income, the education will shorten your learning curve and improve your results.
Receive access to Zack Armstrong's latest blog posts as well as an archive of his past entries. These blogs will help you keep up with insights on past trades, thought on current market conditions, and will update you on Zack Armstrong's upcoming events and appearances.
Today, with the closing of our position in JOEZ, we finished up our final trade for The Technical Breakout Trader. I have accepted a position in private wealth mangement and will regretably no longer be able to continue the Technical Breakout Trader alert service. I hope you all have learned as much as I have over the past months and continue to learn the benifits of multiple t...
Madison Square Garden (MSG) See the analysis here; http://www.benzinga.com/trading-ideas/long-ideas/13/04/3526369/trade-the-channel-breakout-in-madison-square-garden United Rentals (URI)Weekly- Stalling out over the past 3 months between $55 and $50. If $50 breaks down, the 50 EMA weekly support could come into play, if not lower. On a breakout above $55 would mean n...
BPOP looks ready to rock and roll here late today or tomorrow!See the analysis here; http://www.benzinga.com/trading-ideas/long-ideas/13/04/3530615/why-popular-could-soar-20-and-more-in-the-near-future
Profit From the Next Technical Breakout
Sign up to receive Zack Armstrong's free insights delivered to your inbox.
A Maven is defined as an expert or a connoissseur. Marketfy Mavens are the experts in their area of trading and connoisseurs of the markets.
The recommended position size depends on the amount of capital each trader has. For accounts with the following capital sizes:
Under $2,000 = 1 position all in. The risk/reward for breaking this amount down into 4 different positions is not good due to commissions. It's better to pick the best set-up and go all in with proper money management controls to protect capital.
$2,000 - $10,000 = I like to do $2,000 increments for trades up to $10,000. This will allow the trader to disperse risk across several different trades. So for a trader with $4,000, they will be in two trades at $2,000 each, and so on.
Over $40,000 = When you start trading large amounts like $40,000 and above, I break the trade amounts into $10,000 increments. So a $40,000 trading account will hold 4 positions at $10,000 each. Trading more capital is risky. I strongly believe you should only invest what you are willing to lose as this is an inherently risky business. Trade at your own risk and when any doubt about the position arises, DON'T TRADE. Watch price action until you are comfortable entering a position.
In the end, it's up to what each trader's risk profile is and what they are comfortable with.
Typically each trade risks 2-7% of the trade capital put up, depending on the trade set-up. Stop losses are placed under the nearest support for longs, and above the nearest resistance for shorts.
Anywhere from zero positions up to 6 separate trades at once. Sometimes trades will be cut short to free up capital for a more promisng trade.
Each trade is different. Some trades will be exited in a matter of days, others could be held for multiple months to over a year.
We believe that numbers, data, and performance should speak for itself. Using our proprietary technology, Marketfy removes all threats of portfolio and trade alert manipulation.
Marketfy brings 100%, full transparency to the world of online trade alerts, newsletters, and educational tools.
The Marketfy seal of verification indicates a fully tracked, tested, approved, and transparent financial product.