Our Concierge Emini Trade Alert Service
Has Officially Launched!
We have had more requests from both Professional and Retail Traders for this type of service over the past 9.5 years than any other service we've ever offered. It was Monday's announcement however, that revealed just how closely we were being followed. We had failed to factor in those who used the data daily without registering. A very nice surprise and even more surprising, we scaled quickly and met the requests.
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Why The Name - Concierge Trade Alert Service
- Why the name? Concierge in the past few years has taken on a much different meaning from what you will find in Webster. In days gone by, he (the Concierge) was simply the gentleman at the High Class Hotel who had a guy for everything. No matter what your hearts desire, from show tickets to a sold out Broadway Play, dinner at a restaurant with a 2 year waiting list, a dozen roses @ 3am or even an 1865 Château Lafite served rooftop at Sunrise, (plus of course, things we won't discuss here). He had it, got it, or found a reasonable substitute with class, panache and of course... discretion.
Do You Have A Track Record For Your Alerts?
Do You Have A Track Record For Your Alerts?
Yes! We've been moving towards this launch for over 3 years now. Quietly plodding along, somewhat under the radar, Tweeting, Alerting, laying down our Public Track Record. Not on our web site of course, but on Public Venues where there is unquestionable transparency.
Below we are going to post the results for the month of October 2014. The initial list will be just for the S&P500 Emini Futures. We do send out 5-8 Alerts each night (all in one email when possible), so I will be adding the results of the other markets over the next few days.
What you will see is every Alert we emailed to Partners and Concierge Clients in October and the results "Good Bad or Ugly" of each and every Alert. We do have a few ground rules for the Alerts so let me lay those out first.
- We only risk 8 ticks on each Alert. We also teach aggressive risk management once you are in a trade. You will determine how aggressive you want to be.
- Our daily goal is $100 per contract per day. If you get 10 ticks in Crude, you're done. If you get 5 ticks in Crude and 5 ticks in the S&P, you're done. At first it may be difficult to exercise the discipline required to walk away with only $100, but as time passes... those additional contracts you've added with profits you earned in the market, make it easier by the day.
- We do believe in trailing our stops. We like to get to break even plus a tick as soon as we can. If you have 7 ticks in Gold, that's 70% of your daily production. Give it some room as you trail, but never ever allow a trade which has given you 70% of your daily production become a liability on the balance sheet.
- Never chase an Alert. There are too many Alerts and too many opportunities. In fact. "important prices and important areas are almost always tested. What does this mean? If you have an Alert that triggers and runs to target quickly... chances are it will trigger again.
- Anytime price rises above an Short Alert price or drops below a Long Alert price, there is a high probability that you will see the original trade unfold again. If the move is at least one tick, above or below, we consider that sufficient to qualify the trade as having been reset. However, if you already have your Daily Goal, it's not important to you. In no way are you obligated to take the trade again. Even though many days we will see the exact same Trade Alert trigger 3-4-5 even 6 times and more. 90% of the time, you will simply ignore it.
- Finally - you have one goal and only one goal. Use these Alerts and what we teach you to earn $100 per contract, per day. Period. Once you add the second contract it becomes $200 a day. After the third it becomes $300 a day, etc... You will see 20 to 50 Alerts trigger on most days, your biggest challenge will be to resist the temptation to do what you are not yet ready for.
- Be Patient! We'll get there together...
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S&P 500 Emini Trade Alerts And Results For October 2014
ES - consider being short below 1953 if the opportunity presents.
ES - We already have a short Alert in place for the ES, on the long side - consider being long above 1972, if the opportunity presents. Specifically the trade I see if we get up there is, 1972 to 1974. However, I know leaving the target side open is beneficial for many of you if only on a psychological level. As always we only have one goal each and every day, that's to make $100 per contract. For the 1 contract trader, that's $100. For the 10 contract trader, well that's $1,000.00 and so forth and so on...
ES - consider being short below 1939 if the opportunity presents.
Sunday Night 10/05/14 Globex Open 3:25pm PDT
ES - consider being short below 1957 or long above 1968, whichever presents first.
Monday Night 10/06/14 4:30pm PDT
ES - consider being short below 1948 or long above 1956, whichever presents first.
Tuesday Night 10/07/14 11:00pm PDT
ES - consider being long above 1938 or short below 1929, whichever presents first. If you miss the short side @ 1929, consider being short below 1922 if the opportunity presents
Wednesday Night 10/08/14 11:52pm PDT
ES - consider being short below 1958 or long above 1972, whichever presents first.
Thursday Night 10/09/14 11:45am EDT
ES -consider being long above 1929 or short below 1912, whichever presents first. If price moves up and stalls at the WTZ 1926/1927, consider being short below 1923 (only after touching the Zone)
Sunday Night 10/12/14 Globex Open 5:25pm PDT
ES - consider being long above 1889 or short below 1878, whichever presents first.
Monday Night 10/13/14 5:00pm PDT
ES - consider being long above 1871 or short below 1858, whichever presents first.
Tuesday Night 10/14/14 4:45pm PDT
ES - consider being long above 1886 or short below 1874, whichever presents first.
Wednesday Night 10/15/14 7:46pm PDT
ES - consider being long above 1854 or short below 1841, whichever presents first.
Thursday Night 10/16/14 8:45pm PDT
ES - consider being short below 1856 if the opportunity presents.
Sunday Night 10/19/14 11:59pm PDT 2:59am EDT
ES - consider being long above 1894 or short below 1887 (current price 1888.25)
Monday Night 10/20/14 8:30pm PDT 23:30 EDT
ES- consider being short below 1892 or long above 1907, whichever presents first.
Tuesday Night 10/21/14 8:00pm PDT 23:00 EDT
ES- consider being short below 1934 if the opportunity presents
Wednesday Night 10/22/14 7pm PDT 19:00 EDT
ES - consider short below 1920 or long above 1937
Thursday Night 10/23/14 11:35pm PDT 2:35am EDT
ES - consider short below 1928 or long above 1960
Sunday Night 10/26/14 4:15pm PDT 19:15pm EDT
ES - consider short below 1955 or long above 1967, whichever presents first.
Monday Night 10/27/14 7:30pm PDT 22:30 EDT
ES - consider being short below 1941 or long above 1970, whichever presents first.
Tuesday Night 10/28/14 7:05pm PDT 22:05 EDT
ES - consider long above 1982 or short below 1967
Wednesday Night 10/29/14 6:20pm PDT
ES - consider long above 1975 or short below 1964
Thursday Night 10/30/14 8pm PDT 23:00pm PDT
ES - consider being long above 1997 or short below 1984
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As discussed recently both on the Blog and Radio Show, many people who desire to learn how to trade, simply can't find the time. At the end of the day... there just aren't enough hours. Sound familiar?
Concierge Trade Alert Service
This service works well for both new Traders and Seasoned Veterans. Over a 24 month period those in our mentoring program who chose to trade our 24/20 Blueprint, have the opportunity to progress in a controlled manner from 1 to 20 contracts, using only profits they have earned in the market.
If you're already trading 5 or 10 contracts, or any other number, we will discuss how you can adjust the Blueprint to fit your particular situation.
We still have a limited number of Private Client openings. To inquire: firstname.lastname@example.org