ETF Trade Service
These are trades lasting a few weeks to a few months. Typically just one or two trades per week. Ideal for busy individuals, those just getting started or traders looking to diversify and capture larger market moves.
Just a Few Minutes a Week to Meet Your Trading Goals
With a focus on simplicity, low risk and small drawdowns, the ETF Trade Service appeals to conservative investors and traders managing medium to longer term accounts. Do you fall into one of the following three categories?
- You are a new trader with limited knowledge and time. You would like to learn the basics and gradually work your way into the trading business while still earning a decent return on your capital.
- You are an active short term or day trader and you find yourself missing the larger moves in the market and would like to be able to catch them without drawing your attention away from your other short term trading activities.
- You are a long term trader or investor. You don’t have a big appetite for risk and you don’t want to trade every day or sit in front of your computer and monitor the market. You may or may not be interested in the technical analysis but you want diversification across equities, bonds and Gold with solid growth and protection from inflation and bear markets that can inflict serious losses on your hard earned savings.
Focusing on Three Markets
The Harmonic Edge Trade Service focuses on three markets, the S&P 500, U.S Treasuries and Gold. Longer Term position in the S&P 500 are followed in the ETF symbol SPY and shorter term positions are followed in the ProShares 2x leveraged ETF’s, SSO and SDS. ProShares Ultra S&P 500 (ETFs or exchange traded funds and trade just like stocks). U.S Treasuries are followed in the ETF symbol TLT and Gold is followed in the ETF symbol GLD.
The S&P 500 is an index of 500 large cap actively traded stocks and is considered a “bellwether” for the economy and a leading economic indicator.
This is an excellent value to trade a proven system ranked among the 10 best trading systems available according to Timer’s Digest:
“Timing is not one of the important elements of
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