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Why not just trade the most profitable system?

Why aren't commissions included in the graphs?

How come all of the entries are stop orders?

Are these systems for sale?

How come DCB Swing Trader has such a high winning percentage?

Which trade should be taken when there is more than one trade per market?

This information is helpful, but I still have more questions.

What is your billing policy?

What is "margin" and where do I find the requirements?

What is flat/long and short?

What is an entry stop and a protective stop?

How much money do I need to begin trading?

What system do you recommend for a new trader?

Do I need live data?


Why not just trade the most profitable system?
Because risk must always be included as a measure of total profits. Typically, combining systems enhances the risk to reward ratio.

Why aren't commissions included in the graphs?
With the wide variety of traders, from professional to novice, and the wide variety of brokerage services available, I felt that it was easier for individuals to plug in their own commissions.

How come all of the entries are stop orders?
In some sense, these are all breakout systems. An object (market) in motion tends to stay in motion. I've found that by making the market move to my entry point, I am assured that the market is already moving in my direction prior to entering.
This avoids trying to pick tops and bottoms.

Are these systems for sale?
Yes, these systems can be purchased individually or together. The programs are written for TradeStation® and require only end of day data.

How come DCB Swing Trader has such a high winning percentage?
DCB Swing Trader's first profitable open exit capitalizes on the flush that the entry is set up to look for.

Which trade should be taken when there is more than one trade per market?
My suggestion is to take both of them if you are sufficiently capitalized. If your account is currently margined more than 50%, then take the counter-trend signals from DCB Swing Trader to help protect retracements in System 1 trades.

This information is helpful, but I still have more questions.
Great. Please email them to me. I will respond personally within two business days.

What is your billing policy?
You will be charged $1 for your two week trial. If you do not cancel prior to its expiration, your monthly subscription will automatically begin at the end of your trial. You must cancel your subscription at least, three days prior to month's end to avoid being charged for the coming month.

What is "margin" and where do I find the requirements?
Every brokerage firm is allowed to set their own margin rates. Look for one that uses the rates set by the appropriate exchanges. This will be as low as they are allowed to be. Check the exchange's websites for details.

What is flat/long and short?
Flat is no position in the market. Long means the system currently owns a particular commodity and will profit from rising prices. A long position needs to place a corresponding sell order to offset that position and become "flat." Short means the system has sold a particular market and will profit from falling prices. A short position needs to place a corresponding buy order to offset that position and become flat.

What is an entry stop and a protective stop?
An entry stop will create a new position and is executed at the market when the market reaches the stop price. This does not mean that your execution price will match the stop price. A protective stop will offset the current position and is executed in the same manner as an entry stop.

How much money do I need to begin trading?
Email me on this question. The answer depends on desired leverage and the system or systems you intend to trade.

What system do you recommend for a new trader?
System number two is probably the easiest for a new trader to live with. The high winning percentage makes an easy entry into commodity trading.

Do I need live data?
No. At most, you will need the opening prices for the markets you currently hold positions in for system two. Trading system three simply requires your broker to notify when your entry order is hit.

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