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Profit from high market volatility with the E-Zone Trading System!

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Day-Trading


This E-Zone day-trade program follows these simple rules:
  1. If top of Exit Zone is <= yesterday's top, and today's Open is in or above Exit Zone, SELL - - - Target is bottom of the Exit Zone.
  2. If bottom of Entry Zone is >= yesterday's bottom, and today's Open is in or below Entry Zone, BUY - - - Target is top of the Entry Zone.
    (More experienced traders will probably set Target somewhere in the neutral zone.)
  3. Entry value is considered the Open value.
  4. Exit all trades on Close if Target or Stop is not hit.
  5. To protect against severe drops a 6.5% stop is used.
(all E-Zone values are published by 9:00 p.m. ET for next day's trading)

Swing-Trading


This E-Zone swing-trade program follows these simple rules:
  1. If top of Exit Zone is <= yesterday's top, and today's Open is in or above Exit Zone, SELL
  2. If bottom of Entry Zone is >= yesterday's bottom, and today's Open is in or below Entry Zone, BUY
Compounding:
  1. On BUY, invest all dollars to nearest full share.  Balance stays in Money market.  Hold position until Sell signal.
  2. On SELL, put all dollars into Money market.
  3. Entry and Exit values are at the Opening price.
Fixed Number of Shares:
  1. Using same rules as above, go long on 1st BUY, short on 1st SELL.
  2. Entry and Exit values are at the Opening price.
No stops or targets are used in either Compounding or Fixed, though experienced investors and traders will set their own risk comfort levels.

(all E-Zone values are published by 9:00 p.m. ET for next day's trading)

Can you afford to wait 44 months to recover your losses?

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On Dec. 24, 2007 the S&P 500 was 149.33.  In almost 4 years it has never been higher.
On July 7, 2011 the S&P 500 stood at 135.36, and it is creeping lower.

To understand why a "Buy and Hold" strategy can do so much damage to your portfolio, examine the charts above.  Can you afford to wait 4 or 5, or even the 8 years it might take to recover from a 50% loss?

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This is a series of 21st century algorithms that have been in use for over 10 years, serving investors and traders worldwide.  Use the E-Zone System for swing trading, day trading, and long term investing.  Nightly stock timing and trading signals show you the next day Entry and Exit Zones.
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