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Eliminate the guesswork of futures and stock selection, with the ability to filter over 10,000 symbols to find the very best trading opportunities.
- Know seasonal statistics in advance with 8 different filters
- Put probabilities in your favor with 30 years of accurate historical data.
- Know consistent bias in the markets before committing precious capital.
- Break down every trade and review comparisons with multiple reports at one time.
- Be on the correct side of the trend, knowing the seasonal probabilities in advance.
Seasonal patterns are some of the most powerful and least understood forces in financial markets. Some of the very best and most successful traders in the world use seasonal and cycles patterns to win trading championships by using simple seasonal models with over 900% returns in some cases.
The markets are controlled by the collective human emotion which operates within its controlled environment. Outside forces that affect humans, therefore, has an affect on the markets. Weather and other seasonal changes can trigger market changes for better or worse. Experienced traders know that different market conditions call for different approaches to trading. Being aware of historical swings in market behavior from season to season can give you a distinct advantage.
Seasonal filters provide you with the same tools to discover market bias before committing precious capital. You’ll have the knowledge needed to be on the correct side of the trend, knowing seasonal probabilities well in advance.
Apply any combination of 8 the market filters below to review futures, stocks or individual symbols.
Direction - Apply filters to review only long or short positions
Report Date Range - Specify beginning and end date to filter all trading days outside the specified range
Number of Trading Days Held - Review only those trades held for a specified period of time. For example, trades held for between 5-15 days. Number of Trades (Years) - Filter the number of trades in to a given year. In this case, the number of years to filter is equal to the number of trades. Win Percentage - Filter only trades with a specified win percentage. Average Daily Net Minimum % - Filter the average of the percentage by which a price moves up or down from the previous day over the life of the trade. Risk / Reward - The relationship between the amount of return gained.