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Trading multiple sectors and financial instruments achieved almost a 600% return in 2014 and 100% return in 2015*.

Now he shares all his patterns, rules, lessons, and proprietary algorithms with his subscribers that helped him surpass $1 million in profits.

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  • iPhone & Android App
  • Investor Indicators
  • Active Trader Indicators
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  • 1) What are the different algorithms?

    Investor Indicators (4 algorithms for investors, longer-term traders):
    eMini S&P Algos: Fox, Hawk
    US 10Y Algos: Surge, Predator

    Fox - big gains, trend capture, volatility and price forecasting
    Hawk - trend capture, but timed. Shorter-term trends based on price action with volatility filters
    Surge - price action surges in one direction that are statistically anamalous
    Predator - long/short looking for large trends riding the waves with trailing stops as long as volatility forecasts maintain certain confidence


    Active Indicators (6 algorithms for more active traders):
    eMini S&P Algos: Apex, Ranger, X3, Flight
    US 10Y Algos: Dagger, Lincoln

    Apex - uses autocorrelation and past returns to determine favorable environments
    Ranger - autocorrelation, fractal filter, hurst, chasing momentum
    X3 - 3 different volatility models attempting mean reversion
    Flight - past returns act as filter for other technical indicators
    Lincoln - discrepancies between the 5 year and the 10 year note markets
    Dagger - price action triggers with correlation between ES and ZN in mind

  • 2) Who are your favorite brokers for short selling and going long?

    When it comes to brokers, one must understand that every broker has there pro’s and con’s.

    My preferred brokers, in order: TD Ameritrade (Think Or Swim Software), Interactive Brokers, Trade Station.

    These are brokers that I personally I like. These are not recommendations or endorsements. Currently I use Think or Swim and Interactive Brokers but I’m seriously considering going over to Trade Station.

    Brokers I Do Not Like: Scottrade, E-Trade.

  • 3) How many stocks do you put on your watch list?

    It will vary depending on market variability. Often times I may add one or two stocks on the watch list each week but it depends on what I see. I swing both long and short when it comes to stocks and therefore you may see the same stocks on the watch list for awhile.

  • 4) Is there a video every day?

    Generally speaking, yes. I update my futures video every day because it is a market that constantly moves. However, I do in depth videos at least once a week on stocks, however stocks can move slowly sometimes, so sometimes there is no need to.

  • 5) What is your style?

    I trade futures, stocks, and options. I would say I’m a little bit short biased but I often either short insane momentum plays, like biotech, or go long based on a set of chart criteria or earnings run up. I also use the Ichimoku Cloud to see change in trend either up or down. I would consider myself an equilibrium trader.

  • 6) Will I have access to you if I join your service?

    I do not have a chat function in my service. If you want to ask me question, comments, or concerns, yes I will be available.

Tri-Algorithms video detailing the algorithms included in the Investor and Active Trader packages included in Triforce Platinum.

*Results may not be typical and may vary from person to person. Making money trading stocks takes time, dedication, and hard work. There are inherent risks involved with investing in the stock market, including the loss of your investment. Past performance in the market is not indicative of future results. Any investment is at your own risk. See Terms of Service here.