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Limit your losses and protect your gains by following the Adaptive Trailing Stop strategy.
For most amateur investors, 'intuition' is the only selling strategy. Basing selling decisions on emotions led many investors to bankruptcy. Having no definite selling strategy means having no trading strategy at all.
Sell@Market is a brand new service that uses the Adaptive Trailing Stop method as the sell strategy. It tracks and analyzes stock quotes daily on all major exchanges (AMEX, NASDAQ, NYSE) and re-evaluates the profit to risk ratio according to the chosen risk strategy. If a stock being monitored reaches a certain level, Sell@Market emails you a recommendation to sell.
Sell@Market protects investments by following the main rule of the Trailing Stop strategy, while adapting its strategy to current market conditions for each stock in a portfolio. It saves you time by automating the monitoring and the calculation processes, and removes emotions from trading by sending sell recommendations in the moment it makes most sense to sell, economically not emotionally.
A Trailing Stop limits your losses but not your gains, while not requiring you to constantly monitor the market. The Trailing Stop method deals with the current stock price and the stop selling price that represents the moment at which to sell your shares. The Trailing Stop raises your stop selling price when the stock goes up, but holds it when the stock goes down. If the stock falls enough to hit the stop selling price, the strategy produces a recommendation to sell.
The Adaptive Trailing Stop method ties its selling recommendations to stock volatility, which represents how fast the particular stock can rise or fall. Volatility is arguably the most important factor when it comes to the decision to sell, as it is closely tied with the stock's risk factor. This method works best for modern stock markets, as today's stocks can start moving very fast.
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