To be successful at trading systems, we combined the logic up to 15 markets to trade at one time and exit all the systems when they make x $ per day, or loss X $ per day as a group of systems working together. This can happen within 1 hour of trading in most cases.
A system is simply a group of specific rules, or parameters, that determine entry and exit points for a given market…24 hours a day!
These points, known as signals, are often marked on a chart in real time and prompt the immediate execution of a trade.
The CT System engines work together to hit a daily profit target of $500 to $1000 per day per 1 lot for each system.
Once the group of systems hit their target, all the systems will automatically shut down for the day and the day is over. It does not get any better than this.
I believe we are the only ones who has figured out how to shut down all systems once their profit target has been hit. Try the demo and see for your self.
I have been testing systems for many years and I have discovered a pattern that happens during mid day backed by our CycleTrader Indicators.
When all the systems combined achieve a set profit target or loss, all the systems will automatically stop. This is the CycleTrader Niche for system trading.
You can activate from 1 to 18 plus markets to trade 1 lots or more at a time. The lot size is depending on how much you want to make per day and your risk tolerance.
We have tested and tested and there is NO way to buy the bottom and sell the top… You can however get around the bottom and around the top. With this information, the best approach is to be able to enter the market at set limits after the first entry. We have up to 9 ways to enter into the markets better.
There are 18 plus markets on the list. We can always add more to this list depending on your account size.
It is my research that certain times of the day, the markets will set up a trading range. With the power to be able to turn off all the systems at one time, this changes the game for system traders. You can now jump in on cycle low moves during this time to capture nice profits.
All markets make cycle lows and for this reason then will make a cycle high! The idea is to catch the cycle lows as a group of combined systems all working together, but let them all work independent.
You can see 1 to 3 systems for example close out at their personal profit objective for the day and the balance of them working to hit your daily profit target.
We also have a stop loss for all systems, If the downside is hit, then all the systems will auto stop too.
We used the function to only trade in the direction of the CycleTrader RedLine and enter at the open of the 20 min bar. Then reverse if the RedLine Moved 10 or more points on any given bar the opposite direction using a minimum 2 lot trade.
It is not easy for most traders to be able to stay in any move this long. When I watched the trade, I saw many ways to exit the market and would not have made the larger profits. This is one of many other reasons to use CycleTrader auto trading systems.
Similar to the chart above, it is NOT easy to stay with a trade this far into the day or move like the chart to the right.
With 1,000’s and 1,000’s of real time testing, I have come up with a list of problems trying to build a auto trading system.
The markets go up and down, no markets goes straight in one direction for ever. You cannot expect to be in the market for long before it makes a correction.
In order to make the big profits, you will have to be willing to give up most of what you just made as the markets makes these corrections
What this means is the indicators do not change up or down until after the current bar closes. This gives your entry and exit advantage away. This also means you will be trading in current time based on x minutes ago.This makes it difficult to trade in the direction of n indicator.
They get taken out too often and what could have been a profitable trade, is now a loser. But… yes, they are great if the market makes a big move against your position. Using a $ dollar stop is better not based on chart patterns like a previous bar’s high or low for example. A dollar stop is one that tell the system to exit if X $dollars loss is hit. We have this part of CT Systems.
Trying to go for the big win every time. You have to give up too much on the first trade to do this every time.