Trading Under Trump: Uncertainty clouds financial markets

February 21st, 2017 by VantagePoint Software

Trading Under Trump

Earnings, the Fed, the fundamentals, and the President. This is what is facing those trading under Trump. Uncertainty is now the buzz word for traders, and how could it not be? A U.S. president can rattle world markets with the stroke of a pen or a misplaced word. The dollar fell against the yen following President Trump’s executive order attempting to place a 90-day travel ban to the U.S. by citizens of some Middle Eastern countries.

The reality of a U.S. president’s influence on world affairs and markets is not new, of course. But, we seemed to have entered unprecedented times. President Donald Trump’s short time in office has shown how unpredictable he can be compared to his predecessors. That volatility in politics easily transfers to volatility in the markets. Making an already difficult practice even harder for those trading under Trump.

This reality is also not new. As far back as the Great Recession, global markets have struggled through periods of uncertainty. The big question is: how do traders deal with an uncertain Presidential “trump card” hanging over the market?

Normally, one looks at all the factors currently affecting the market to arrive at an understanding. We recently discussed how winning more than losing is all about moving the odds in your favor.

So, in this time and place, we have the unknown in President Trump. We also have knowns in earnings and economic fundamentals. Looking at these two factors, one could assess the market as being in a fairly solid place, right?

The “knowns” are positive

Earnings have provided a very positive outlook recently. As of January 27, with 34% of the companies in the S&P 500 reporting actual results for Q4 2016, 65% of S&P 500 companies have beaten the mean EPS estimate and 52% of S&P 500 companies have beaten the mean sales estimate.

Economic fundamentals are also bullish. The January Dallas Fed manufacturing survey jumped to 22.1, beating the 15.0 expected and marking the highest level since early 2010. December’s report was also revised to 17.7 from 15.5. The report had spent most of the last two years providing negative figures.

The government may trump everything

Despite the reality of decent earnings and decent economic fundamentals, the market might well be trumped by Trump. It’s looking more at the President’s influence over the world, particularly as it relates to the Fed.

Who can forget the Fed? This group has created more uncertainty in the market in the last decade than any other entity. Change is coming, eventually. Fiscal policy, trade policy, and regulatory policies are all on the table and up for review in the Trump administration. In addition, we can’t rule out seeing significant changes for the Federal Reserve and how it conducts monetary policy.

Where does all this lead us? Why right back to the future of the market trying to determine how we turn the odds in our favor with all the uncertainty in play. One choice is to sit it out, watch, and wait. But, four years is a long time.

How traders can balance it all together

So, if trading under Trump is unavoidable, an alternative approach could be to become a smarter trader. Watch specific markets carefully and ask yourself a question – Which individual markets could flourish under President Trump?

Use trading software that can spot similarly trending markets and utilize artificial intelligence to identify trends before they take off. VantagePoint does just this. It utilizes artificial intelligence to forecast market movements 1-3 days in advance with up to 86% accuracy.

With an ever-uncertain presidential cloud looming over the markets, the more reliable tools you have in your corner, the better you position yourself to be profitable.

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JACK OF ALL TRADES: Why Successful Traders Trade Everything

November 16th, 2016 by VantagePoint Software

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We all have that relative, we’ll call him Uncle Joe, that claims he “made a killing” trading FANG stocks early in the year. Meanwhile, the talking heads on financial TV programs say all the “smart money” has been doubling down on the banking sector for its next big run up in the 3rd quarter with no mention of the FANG stocks. Successful traders, however, know that when it comes to identifying specific sectors or stocks that can yield a quick, profitable return, it can be difficult to know what direction to go.

The reality is that these specific “can’t miss” strategies are not only limiting but often ill-fated. If you want to be a successful trader, aim to become a “Jack of All Trades” instead of a master who focuses on one.

This is because the majority of Wall Street, like the guy that gave the tip to Uncle Joe, have their own agendas. They are hyping a specific stock or sector for their own gains. Research shows the so-called “gurus” don’t fare much better than the individual investor. The CXO Advisory Group has a section on their website titled Guru Grades. They go through years of data they have compiled to tabulate how many times each guru “got it right” on their forecasts. With dozens of gurus on their site, their accuracy ranges from 68% to 20% over a multi-year period.

While no one is expected to be right all the time, it leaves us to wonder how “guru” status is achieved when one’s accuracy shows a failure rating of more than 50%.

The lesson we should take from this is that it’s not about what you trade, but how you trade. If you feel compelled to find the next “vehicle” for your success, here’s a better idea: Find the success first and then trade any vehicle. Traders tend to spend too much time focusing on what’s hot. However, it isn’t the vehicle or the potential that is going to make you successful. Success comes from having the right technical tools and applying that knowledge to the markets.

Instead of listening to someone with a 65% failure rating, how about using a tool that can forecast trends across a variety of markets with up to 86% accuracy?

VantagePoint Trading Software utilizes artificial intelligence to create high-probability forecasts of market trend direction. This helps traders anticipate changes in price direction, rather than identifying trends after the fact, and gives traders confidence to find profitable opportunities in any market, no matter if they are trading stocks, futures, ETFs of Forex.

Sound technical tools should work largely the same in any market. As a trader, just because you aren’t familiar with a particular stock or market, doesn’t mean you should miss out on an opportunity to profit. But how does a trader find new opportunities if they are used to only trading one asset class?

In addition to helping traders be on the right side of trends, VantagePoint’s trading technology it can help find profitable opportunities in other markets. The IntelliScan® feature in VantagePoint can identify potential trades using criteria chosen from more than 70 filters. It then combines the data with its predictive indicators to identify trend direction, trend strength, market momentum, potential trend changes, along with next day highs and lows and possible points for trade entry and exit.

So stop using Uncle Joe as your source for identifying hot new trends, stop relying on talking heads who are right as often as they are wrong, and start utilizing a tool that has a proven record of making the right call across hundreds of markets and become a jack of all trading.

To learn more about how to use VantagePoint and see firsthand how our patented, predictive forecasts can help you be successful in any market, request a free demo.

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Back to Basics – Trading 101 with VantagePoint

August 17th, 2016 by VantagePoint Software

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It’s back to school season and for many traders, a little trading 101 is all it takes to start schooling the markets. We’ve compiled the top 10 ways VantagePoint Trading Software can help traders gain a major edge and move to the top of their class.

#1 Learn your ABC’s

Technology is rapidly changing the atmosphere for traders. As we become more dependent on data and technology, traders have to be sure their strategy and tools are keeping up. VantagePoint uses Artificial Intelligence through a Neural Network process to provide traders with forecasts that are: Accurate, unBeatable and Consistent. With these ABC’s on your side, your results will improve drastically.

#2 Get to the Head of the Class

What separates the 90% of unsuccessful traders from the 10% who are profitable? Unsuccessful traders REACT to the market whereas successful traders ANTICIPATE the market. VantagePoint’s ability to forecast market direction and strength with up to 86% accuracy puts our users at the top of their trading class.

#3 Don’t Get Bullied Out of Trades

The market can be fickle and completely irrational. Much like the bully in class, it can take advantage of traders who lack the necessary confidence to stand up for themselves.

So how can traders become more confident?

By trading with consistently accurate data that doesn’t let them down.

With VantagePoint at their back, traders can rest assured they are making the right decisions with their money.

#4 Paint the Whole Picture

Much like grade school – trading is one part art and one part science. Mastering your tools and your technique are equally important. However, trading without the full-picture can be dangerous. VantagePoint uses a full global market approach to ensure traders have all the information they need to make profitable trading decisions.

#5 Rely on your Study Buddies

You don’t have to take on the markets alone. The world-class support team at VantagePoint is dedicated to your success. From 24/7 access to the Customer Learning Center, a dedicated account manager and various ongoing customer webinars, we’ll be here when you need us most. Whether it’s a phone call, email, remote login session or a quick live chat on our website – we’ll respond to your every need.

#6 Be On Time

When it comes to the markets, timing is EVERYTHING.

If you’re showing up late, you’ll almost never get ahead.

Tools and strategies that rely on outdated market lagging indicators will consistently have you chasing trends that have already started.

VantagePoint’s proprietary market leading indicators put traders on the right side of trends BEFORE they take off.

#7 Enjoy Recess Time

The best traders around will tell you – just because you trade does NOT mean you need to be stuck inside, in front of your computer. VantagePoint makes your trading simple and clear, giving you more time to enjoy what really matters in life.

#8 Make New Friends

Much like school, trading can be more fun with friends. Read what just a few of ours have to say about VantagePoint…

“I exited two futures trades early this morning for a whopping 85% total gain and increased my small trading account by 35.2%. Your help has been invaluable to me.” – Dale M.

“At this point I’m enjoying about 75% profitable trades. I’m able to cut losers quickly, and let the winners run. I am getting to feel very comfortable with VantagePoint!” – Tom H.

#9 Ace Your Tests

How does you trading report card look? Some of the most prestigious publications in the industry have put VantagePoint to the test.

See what they had to say…

“VantagePoint is intuitive, easy to use, and offers traders unique leading-type technical indicators. Most analysis software operates by plotting only current and historical prices. VantagePoint is different in that it was designed to tell you tomorrow’s expected high and low.” – Stocks & Commodities Magazine

“VantagePoint offers the trader a number of new indicators that, unlike the lagging indicators that are prevalent in most trading programs, are instead designed to be leading indicators.” – Traders Magazine

#10 Advance to the Next Grade

Trading Stocks? Forex? Futures? ETFs? Options?

Quite possibly the best part of using VantagePoint is that it works for ALL markets, regardless of your trading style. When you’re ready to diversify into new markets or add new sectors, our team will be here.

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Become a Better Trader in 10 Minutes

June 24th, 2016 by VantagePoint Software

If you think you’re too busy to find profitable trades, then ask yourself if you have 600 seconds. Because if you’re ready to become a better trader, that’s all it really takes.

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That’s right, in ten minutes or less, you can drastically improve your odds of trading success.

With the help of VantagePoint Trading Software, traders can invest 10 minutes per day to maximize their success in the markets. While the program may be using literal rocket science behind the scenes (see: artificial intelligence), the execution is actually quite simple. Because the more complex a trading system is, generally speaking, the more confusing it is to understand.

Below, we outline the 3 simple steps to utilizing VantagePoint’s Artificial Intelligence software to become a better trader.

Step 1: Build a Portfolio of Stocks

The financial sector took a beating in early 2016. Market volatility was high, low oil prices hurt banks with exposure to energy loans and the political race stirred the idea of Wall Street regulation. After finally rallying back from the early 2016 lows, the surprise Brexit “yes” vote sent things spiraling again.

Of course, not all financial stocks will rally (or fall) at the same pace or at the same time so it’s important to look at different markets at different times and trade where there is an opportunity.

Maybe you have a thing for healthcare stocks. Or perhaps you only like to take long positions in tech stocks. Maybe you want to see what’s happening in the Futures markets? (hint – not a good day for that!)

VantagePoint forecasts for over 2000 stocks in 5 different countries, 67 futures markets, various ETFs and over 10 different Forex pairs. Creating different trading portfolios for different sectors and different trading styles is key and can reduce the time required for daily market analysis. Save as many portfolios as you’d like, name them as you please. When you’re ready to analyze your portfolios move to step 2.

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Step 2: Scan your Portfolios for the Best Trading Opportunities

So you have decided you are bullish on the financial sector and want to take a long trade in a stock that has strong upside potential. It can be done in seconds. Using the IntelliScan® you can quickly identify advantageous trading conditions in charts or reports that are open in a portfolio.

IntelliScan® indicators can help you quickly narrow your focus to only those markets that meet your specific criteria. In this example, VantagePoint scanned 110 stocks and found four that are good candidates for a long trade by filtering for recent crossovers to the upside in the short, medium and long-term trend. The additional filters can be added that provide extra confirmation that these four stocks are likely to head higher in the next few days.

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Step 3: Use the Charts to Confirm the Trade

Now that you’ve found potential long trades in the financial sector, it’s time to analyze your charts. Unlike traditional market lagging indicators, VantagePoint’s Predicted Moving Average doesn’t simply look at past price data, it forecasts 1-3 days in advance, alerting you to impending trend changes before they occur.

As you can see below, when the blue line crosses above or below the black line, a trend reversal is about to take place. Once the reversal occurs, the trend is likely to continue until the next predictive crossover takes place. With this “jump” on the markets, traders see a huge improvement in their timing and direction, ultimately leading to more profitable results.

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Another powerful forecasting tool within VantagePoint is the Predicted Neural Index. This green oscillator forecasts the short-term strength or weakness of a trend. When the Neural Index has a value of 1 the market will likely move higher over the next two days. When it is at a 0 the market will likely move lower over that time period. VantagePoint’s Predicted Neural Index can be used in conjunction with its Predicted Moving Average crossovers to give you additional confirmation, which will give you more confidence to enter or exit a trade at the onset of a trend reversal – often days before other traders even figure out what’s going on.

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Not a bad use of 10 minutes, huh?

Sort, filter, analyze, confidently take positions and then move on to the rest of your day. Becoming a better trader is as simple as that. VantagePoint Software Forecast

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5 Ways to use the Luck of the Irish in your Trades

March 16th, 2016 by VantagePoint Software

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As traders, luck is often the four letter word that you shouldn’t say on TV (or anywhere else for that matter.) And yes, that includes you, all the O’daytraders and McScalpers even on St. Patrick’s Day.

If you decide to let luck alone be your guide in the markets, your account may end up as empty as a keg in South Boston or Chicago on March 18th. Here are five ways to make you “luckier” in the markets by putting the probabilities in your favor.

Learn the difference between “good trades” and “winning trades”

A winning trade is one where you make money, even if the research and decision-making were haphazard. A good trade is one where you stuck to your process and put on a position that was consistent with it, no matter what the outcome is on that particular trade.  Focus on making good trades and the outcome will take care of itself.

Don’t forget about Ireland

Or Greece. Or China. The ability to examine the relationships between markets has become critical to successful trading in today’s highly volatile, globally-interconnected markets. Single-market methods of analysis have become dangerously outdated. Using artificial intelligence technologies that incorporate intermarket analysis, VantagePoint Software finds hidden patterns and relationships between 30 related markets and the target market to analyze and forecast price movements for more than 600 global markets each day. VantagePoint’s patented ability to help you find profitable trades can help lead you to your pot of gold.

Sharpen up your risk management

Be vigilant about getting out of losing positions quickly. Don’t lose a crippling amount of money if you are just unlucky. Even the best methodologies will fail if you are not disciplined and do not understand the risks you are taking on whether you are Irish or Italian.

Devise a Trades Checklist

This is where you lay out specific criteria that need to be met before getting into and out of a position. This will help discipline you and prevent you from “shooting from the hip.” Ultimately, the way to mitigate the role of luck is to work on your decision-making skills.

Use Leading Indicators

While past performance may be indicative of future results when it comes to drinking on St. Patrick’s Day, that doesn’t necessarily work with a market’s trend. You can learn when to stop imbibing green beer to prevent a hangover from past experience, but a market’s trend is fluid and ever changing.

So many traders operate only in hindsight. They study a chart on Wednesday night, look at a moving average and see that a particular market they’re interested in is trending up or down. Upon further inspection, they find that the trend actually started on Tuesday morning and that they’re already a couple of days late in getting into the position.

Technical Analysis is simply a reaction to past price action, and by using traditional lagging indicators, such as Moving Averages, there’s often missed opportunity. Using a predictive trading software like VantagePoint that uses leading technical indicators helps traders get into trends earlier, and, therefore, they have more confidence to stay in winning trades that last long past St. Patrick’s Day.

BONUS GOLDEN NUGGET: If you prefer the predictive indicators of VantagePoint to the Luck of the Irish, check out the video below showing how VantagePoint can help you decide when to make a move on a market, or when to wait it out.

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Trading Gold? Consider These Three Factors Now

February 24th, 2016 by VantagePoint Software


We aren’t living in your grandfather’s trading environment anymore. Traders need to keep their finger on a lot of pulses these days. Maybe you’re a Gold bug looking to focus only on the technical and fundamental factors affecting this precious metal. Or maybe you are also trading crude oil. But wait, there’s the Indian growth data to consider and what did Mario Draghi just say? Throw a bunch of economic reports and indicators as well as inter-related global markets together and everything from soup to nuts seems to matter to the markets now. The truth is, knowing where this precious metal is going can be difficult.

Regardless of where you fit on this spectrum, there are three macroeconomic factors you need to remember when trading Gold and one technical solution that can help you quantify this seemingly unquantifiable data.

How to make money when interest rates are negative

You can’t. It may seem counterintuitive, but if you put your money in the bank, you will have to PAY them to hold your cash. The Bank of Japan followed other central banks in going negative on rates in late January, a sign of the continuing global trouble from plummeting low oil prices, stalling international trade and slowing growth in China. Japan’s Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, is seeking new ways to break the country’s cycle of decline. The BOJ joins a growing group of global central banks with negative interest rates including the European Central Bank, Sweden, Denmark and Switzerland.

So this all should be good for Gold, right? Global central bankers remain concerned about sluggish growth and below-target inflation. This loose monetary policy around the world should be a bullish sign for Gold as this is a hard asset that should gain in value.

Gold isn’t the only metal that matters

There are many things that affect the price of the metal. Comex copper futures tumbled to their lowest level in late January since April 2009. While they have rallied back recently, China’s insatiable appetite for copper has tumbled as their aggressive building and construction phase slows. Weak copper demand signals global growth is likely to remain weak, which will keep global central banks with their hands on the easing button, which should be a long term positive for Gold.

Stock market correlation affects Gold

When things were getting super dicey for US equities in January, Gold was rallying. The standard view is that these two markets are inversely linked: when the stocks go up, the yellow metal dives, and vice-versa. Why do we often see a negative correlation between the stocks and the shiny metal? When traders go into defensive mode, they may prefer Gold as opposed to riskier stocks. The saying goes that this metal is a safe-haven, so naturally it’s correlated inversely (or, at least, uncorrelated) to stocks during a serious financial turmoil.

The stock market has rebounded but volatility seems to be here for the long haul. These economic factors make it tough to quantify the true impact on the price of Gold. It’s difficult to decide which input should be weighted the most.

By combining Intermarket Analysis with a Neural Network process, VantagePoint quantifies these relationships. The end result is the output of an accurate forecast of where Gold is heading.

To see this technology in action watch the video below. You’ll see recent market forecasts for Gold as well as stocks that are impacted and influenced by the price of Gold.

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Top 5 Trading Resolutions For 2016

December 30th, 2015 by VantagePoint Software

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Here it comes again … a new year in which you will resolve to do better, to stop doing the bad and start doing the good. Yawn. We’ve heard it all before when it comes to New Year’s resolutions. But what about those that apply specifically to traders?

Here are the top five trading resolutions for improving your game and making your bank account healthier in 2016.

I will lose weight.

Anybody who has been around the trading game a while knows one thing that weighs you down, makes you feel bad, and saps your confidence is losing money on a trade. Here’s the deal – you will lose. Everyone does. Accept your losses and move one. Shed those unwanted moments of despair. Lose the desire to beat yourself up. When you accept your losses as a natural part of the game you will feel lighter and more energetic. Best of all, when you look at yourself in the mirror, you will like what you see.

I will quit eating junk.

To start on the road to trading health, you have to first quit eating the crap. You know what I am talking about. The trading world is full of crap, and it is the talking heads on the entertainment financial programs serving most of it up for daily consumption. Now, there is real and solid analysis to be found on the TV, but you will not find it on the shows that feature controversy, entertaining big-name analysts/economists, and “in-the-know” CEO’s pushing their corporate agenda. These programs are designed to attract viewers with crap because they know people are weak. Don’t be weak. Avert your eyes, as it is all just sugar, coloring, and water. There is no there, there. Find the right sources and be confident that what you are hearing and reading is objective and factual.

I will gain muscle.

Becoming a stronger trader, leaner and more fit, can only help your trading efforts. Taking in the right nutrients is key to gaining muscle and in the trading game, that means going through the cupboards and tossing the bad data and replacing it with good data. If you are listening to the TV talking heads ask the analysts/economists and the CEOs about the market (see #2 above), stop! It is like eating a bag of cookies every night before bed. Don’t listen to their analysis. Create your own. Do this by learning how the market works, finding reliable sources of data, and then researching trades that fit the data. Relying on the TV for your trades is, well, like eating junk food.  By creating your own analysis your muscle will come in the form of confidence. And we all know how important confidence is for any trader.

I will exercise more.

Actually achieving resolutions one and three above means you have to commit to exercising more. In the trading world, this translates to working more. And working more in the trading world equals more reliance on you and your tools, which means you have to get down to the business of trading – research the data, track the market, find and set up your trades. Lining up good sources of data burns calories, as does tracking market. But the Internet has made these two tasks pretty easy. Finding and setting up trades, though, well, there is no way around it – you are gonna breathe hard, unless you get software to help you. Be careful, though, no magic “pill” exists that will do all the work for you, but there are tools that will lighten the load, like VantagePoint Trading Software. The point is: if you want to actually achieve your resolutions for 2016, you might need just a bit of help.

I will not over achieve.

Resolutions 1-4 are important, no doubt, and they are difficult enough to follow through on. But ignoring number five is the surest to way fail making your bank account healthier in 2016. Yes, if you do 1-4, you will get healthy, but here is what happens to so many people, and it is the primary reason for failure to make money – they get greedy. As you get healthier, you will want to do more, bet more, trade more, gamble more, make more, more, and more. Don’t! Always take small bites and make a plan, a real trading plan, and then stick to it. These two actions will help you not to “overachieve.”

One more tip to help you get healthy in 2016 – Follow the trend. Go with the big market trend. Remember, “The trend is your friend,” and we all a need friend that we can count on.

Remember, it’s never too late to wipe the slate clean and start over. By applying these principles to your trading strategy in the new year you can rest assured you’ll be more successful. Your trading account will thank you.

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A Trader’s Thanksgiving – 6 Reasons to Give Thanks

November 25th, 2015 by VantagePoint Software

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The list of trading laments can be long – from the algo-manipulation of order flow to the Central Bankers tight grip on interest rate policy to the inexplicable volatility (or often lack thereof ) to slippage and missed opportunity.

Yes, trading can be downright difficult. But in the spirit of the holiday we have put together:

Six things that every trader can be thankful for this Thanksgiving.

  1. The Leveled Playing Field

The advances in trading technology have given the individual investor an unprecedented opportunity to be profitable. The digital world has allowed information to be transmitted at ultra-fast speeds. Whether you are in an office in Omaha or on your iPhone in Indianapolis, you now have the ability to trade remotely and have access to tools that were once only available to institutions.

  1. Reduced Commissions and Fees

Gone are the days of bloated brokerage houses and high commissions. With ease of access and healthy competition, the transaction cost for the individual trader has come way down. Remember that it is important to first factor the “price per trade.” This is how much you’ll pay each time you trade a stock. It is the biggest factor for both individual investors and professional traders. However, paying “little to no” service fees (i.e. $0 inactivity fees) is another key factor to consider.

  1. A Plethora of Products

You want to trade it? There’s most likely a vehicle. 6,000 plus public companies traded on the NASDAQ and NYSE. 1,500 plus ETFs with more being added each year. Futures and Options contracts on everything from Corn to Carbon Credits to Crude Oil. Forex pairs on every major and minor currency. The list is ever growing, allowing traders to find opportunity in all types of asset classes.

  1. The 24 Hour Trading World

Trading has long since evolved from the open outcry pits in Chicago and New York with their limited hours of operation. The advent of CME’s Globex system in the 1990s and the emergence of ECN trading for stocks has created a new paradigm of almost 24 hour trading. In addition, the global nature of the Forex market allows US currency traders to participate in the European and Asian sessions.

  1. Trading Software that Accounts for Global Markets

Considering the interconnectedness of the global markets, traders now also have tools that can analyze and predict the impact the movement in one market has on others.

In the 1980’s, when other traders still had a myopic focus and were hand drawing lines on a chart, Lou Mendelsohn, the founder and CEO of VantagePoint, noticed the dynamic interconnections between related global markets. By integrating them into computerized trading strategies he lead a technical analysis revolution – giving traders an absolutely unprecedented edge.

  1. Predictive Trading Tools like VantagePoint

No longer do traders need to rely out out-dated information. Advanced technology, such as neural network processes that transform lagging indicators into leading indicators, literally give traders insight into what is coming. These powerful forecasts allow traders to get in to trades earlier, often before others have even recognized the trend change, and staying in winning trades longer, can help to ensure a happy and profitable Thanksgiving. This technology can only be found in VantagePoint and this week only the software is being offered at 50% off retail pricing. Now that is something every trader can be thankful for!

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Market Technologies Announces a 3-Day Live Trading Seminar

February 12th, 2015 by VantagePoint Software

Wesley Chapel, FL, February 10, 2015 –- Market Technologies, world leader in market forecasting and proprietor of VantagePoint Intermarket Analysis Trading Software, will be hosting a live 3-day training seminar in Tampa, Florida from February 21-23, 2015.

Guest speakers who are well known to the trading industry will be presenting during this event to teach VantagePoint users the best practices and strategies for becoming a better trader. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to learn from VantagePoint Power Users Hal Brent, Greg Firman and Matt Golden who have spent decades developing strategies and techniques that consistently make them profits. Presenter Hal Brent says, “Consistently making money with VantagePoint is simple once you know what to look for and how to act on that information. That’s what I’ll be teaching.”

Some of the many topics that will be discussed will include an exclusive look at the 2015 market outlook, keys to success in the Forex market and money management principles. VIP Customers will also have the opportunity to watch live trading during the session.

The last seminar event hosted by Market Technologies in March 2014 featured well known trader, Larry Williams. The response from the audience was so great that Market Technologies decided to do another live seminar to benefit their customers. Here is what customers had to say about last year’s seminar…

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About Market Technologies (

Founded by Louis B. Mendelsohn in 1979, Market Technologies is an Inc. 500 company headquartered in the Tampa Bay area. It is the recognized global leader in market trend forecasting with customers in well over a hundred countries worldwide. Market Technologies develops proprietary trend forecasting and market timing technologies that utilize artificial intelligence and intermarket analysis to forecast commodity and financial markets throughout the world. These include, but are not limited to, stocks, stock indices, ETFs, energies, interest rates, currencies, metals, grains, meats, softs, and Forex, all covering more than 2600 world markets.

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