I launched IndexALERT in January 2004.
IndexALERT is a daily newsletter that monitors and alerts subscribers to short term (1-3 day) trading opportunities in global index futures. See for yourself whether or not IndexALERT could have helped your trading since 2004?
Last updated: 30th March, 2018.
IndexALERT's Hypothetical Performance since launch in 2004*
(i.e. out-of-sample results)
Portfolio: Spi, Nikkei, Taiwan, Hang Seng, Dax, Ftse, Mini-Nasdaq & E-Mini SP500
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What Does IndexALERT offer?
IndexALERT is a daily advisory newsletter service that provides trading recommendations on the following global index futures contracts:
IndexALERT's trading signals are mechanically produced. IndexALERT looks to identify short term (1-3 day) trading opportunities. When a trading opportunity is identified IndexALERT provides subscribers with a complete Trade Plan. IndexALERT will alert subscribers to;
Which index to trade.
Where to enter.
Where place stops, and
Where to take profits.
IndexALERT’s™ performance can be monitored as its regularly updated on the web site.
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* Please be aware these performance figures are hypothetical only, are in AUD and show the results of trading 1 futures contract per signal. AUD50 brokerage has been deducted for each round turn (buy and sell). Hypothetical results may under, or over compensated for the impact, if any, of certain market conditions, such as but not limited to, poor liquidity, poor execution, competitive or expensive brokerage etc. There are no guarantees these performance figures will continue to behave in the future as they have in the past and accordingly you should expect the worst draw down to be in the future and is therefore unknown. Traders need to determine, with or without the assistance of a licensed financial adviser as to whether future trading opportunities supported by these hypothetical performance figures are appropriate for them given their particular needs, financial situation and investment objectives. Traders need to be very aware there is risk of loss in futures trading and that hypothetical, historic or actual results do not indicate future success.