Of course! We offer free signals once you've signed up for an account with us. You will have access to signals for three asset classes in Stocks (S&P500), Government bonds (US Treasury) and Bitcoin. Click here to sign up now!
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That is true, however those signals have a 5 day delay on them so that represents missed opportunities in terms of potential gains. We encourage those who are interested in "beating the market" to register for our signals through the sign up page.
In addition to the three free asset classes in Stocks (S&P500), Government bonds (US Treasury) and Bitcoin, premium signals also include additional asset classes across credit, gold, commodities and currencies. Premium members also gain access to our model portfolio which is made up of our best quantitative trading ideas. It dynamically switches to long, short or neutral (cash) positions with different sizes for all assets we cover. You can find our model portfolio's performance to date here.
The signal change frequency varies between asset classes. Bitcoin is a volatile asset so signal changes occur once every two weeks on average, whereas Gold's signal changes once a month on average. As detailed in our Models section, "...our models have a short to medium-term focus and best align with a similar investment horizon."
Many of our subscribers prefer to buy when a LONG signal is triggered and sell (close) when a SHORT signal is triggered. This is a more conservative strategy which within our Performance section is called 'LongShortSignal Only'. Despite it being more conservative, it is still outperforming the original asset price across all classes. However, the other popular strategy we employ is called 'LongShortSignal Long and Short' meaning that when a SHORT signal is triggered, in addition to the selling (or closing) of the original buy position, we also short sell the asset in the expectation it will decrease in price. After the signal triggers back to LONG, we then buy back (close) the position. According to Investopedia, "Short selling occurs when an investor borrows an asset and sells it on the open market, planning to buy it back later for less money. Short sellers bet on, and profit from, a drop in a asset's price.
Investors profit from falling assets by selling assets short and buying them back at a lower price; this is called selling short. Selling short can only be accomplished in a margin account, so trading through an IRA eliminates the option of shorting an asset. Markets have periods of going up in price and other times when assets are going down; to not be able to sell short in a down market would limit active asset trading through an IRA account.
We are a for-profit company with a team of quants who have worked at the world's top hedge funds, however we are driven by an altruistic belief in wanting to "level the playing field" for retail investors. We could charge much higher prices, but then that would limit our reach. Thank you for joining us on this joining as we continue to "beat the market."
We are supremely confident in the state of the art quantitative techniques we use as they are employed by some of the world's top hedge funds, and our mission is to lift these models from the "smoke cloud" they normally live under in order to make these daily signals available to you. This is driven by our belief that financial markets are increasingly becoming a playground for quantitative trading, and we believe these quantitative signals should be made available to a broader audience of investors rather than just the financial elites. However, if you are unsatisfied or feel your investment horizon is dissimilar to ours, then we are happy to offer a 30 day money-back guarantee. Please contact us within 30 days of your premium subscription payment and we will happily refund your money in full.
As the world's reserve currency, we use US Dollars as our base currency for trading all of the asset classes. This is even more important when trading commodities and currencies as they could be quoted in other currencies like the Australian dollar or the Euro.
Given that our signals are based on 'regime changes', if the signal is still open, then you could enter a position in the direction advised (LONG or SHORT). However, given the signals occur at pivotal moments, it is recommended to enter the position on the same day as the signal is triggered. Should you still like to participate in a particular signal, we would recommend entering smaller positions should the signal be more than 1 day old.
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