Our Research - Your Trading
Instiutional Quality Research at a prices for Retail Investors
Risk Management
Risk Management is the single most important aspect of any trading system.
How much trading is too much?
This depends on the strategy but here we look to take between 3-5 trades per month.
Consistency
The key to success is small but consistent returns.
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What You Need

In order to optimise our research to enhance returns on your own portfolio you will need around $2,000 portfolio size at a minimum but preferably $10,000.

In order to trade you should at the very minimum be familiar with percentages, multiplication and basic mathematics as well as have an understanding of risk.

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What We Offer

We offer access and specific insight into our trading, portfolio and research prior to any expected move. You can see exactly when we enter and exit a position and the results of historic calls we have made. Our research is very selective and we place up to 4 trades a months keeping our commissions and risks down.

  • Advance notification of our trading.
  • Our research release outlining trade dates and risk management criteria.
  • Trading only companies over $1bn Market Cap and high liquidity.

 

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RISK

There is no such thing as a trading system that gives you a profit on every trade in the market. Promises of doubling your money in a week will result in catastrophic losses. With our research our aim is to ensure the return on our profitable trades greatly outweighs losses on the losing trades. Our research provides a detailed calculation on risk rules based on account sizes helping to limit downside risk or catastrophic losses from a single trade. Managing risk is one of the key success to enhancing portfolio returns and eliminating catastrophic losses.

Trade Short
Stock: WFM

We shorted the stock prior to the earnings release. By looking into the financial background of the company and running the numbers through our own financial models, we believed that that company was overvalued given the growth rates and margins. When the earnings release was reported the stock moved downwards considerably, showing the reduced valuation that the market was pricing for the company. This was a result of the reducing margins and expected growth rates.

Trade Long
Stock: MW

We bought the stock prior to the earnings release. By looking into the financial background of the company and running the numbers through our own financial models, we believed that that company was undervalued given the growth rates and margins. When the earnings release was reported the stock moved upwards considerably, showing the increased valuation that the market was pricing for the company. This was a result of the increasing margins and expected growth rates.

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