Announcing a NEW and EXCITING DT Reports
DT Trade Alerts
Specific trade recommendations from entry to exit
for four of the major financial markets.
What is the DT Trade Alerts Service?
The DT Trade Alerts Service provides
specific buy, sell and stop signals for the S&P, Gold, Interest Rates and Euro
utilizing leveraged bull and bear ETFs. We provide the specific entry price and
follow up with stop adjustments for any open trades until the trade is exited.
We give you the specific strategy from entry to exit.
What is the trading time frame of the DT Trade Alerts?
Trades are primarily based on weekly and
daily data for swing to position trades. Successful trades should last from a
few days to a few weeks.
ETFs are a great way to participate in
major trends without the high leverage and volatility of the futures markets.
The four major markets included with the DT Trade Alerts - S&P, Gold,
Bonds/Notes and Euro/USD - each have a 2X leveraged bull and bear ETF. We can make
recommendations for both bull and bear trends with these ETFs.
How is it different from the DT Daily Reports?
The DT Daily Reports are generally for
short term day and swing traders. The DT Daily Reports provide general trade
strategies but do not give specific buy or sell signals. The daily reports are
extremely helpful to short term traders who make their own specific trade
strategies during the trading day. The DT Trade Alerts provide specific entry,
stop and exit strategies for daily to weekly trends.
Are DT Trade Alerts made during the trading day and
do I have to execute trades during the trading day?
No. When a setup for a trade is made, a DT Trade Alert is sent after normal
market hours. The usual strategy is to enter on the open of the following day
with a specific buy/sell stop. We provide the specific initial protective stop
loss and follow up with stop loss adjustments until a trade is closed.
How often is the DT Trade Alerts published?
There is no fixed schedule for the DT
Trade Alerts. We issue an alert when we determine the conditions are ideal for a
high probability, low risk trade. We give you the specific entry price or
strategy and initial protective stop loss. Once a trade is entered, we issue a
follow up whenever the conditions have been made to adjust the stop loss
on any open trades. We do issue a summary report each Saturday afternoon showing
the open and recently closed trades plus a very brief summary of what we are
looking at in the four markets for the following week.
How often will there be a trade signal?
Trade signals are entirely dependent on
the market conditions. We only provide a specific trade signal if we determine
one of the four markets are in the best position for a low risk, high
probability trade. We are not trying to be in any market all of the time or even
have an open trade in any one market all of the time. However, given the four
major markets followed in the DT Trade Alerts, there will be one or two open
trades most of the time.
How do you identify trades?
We use the same strategies we have taught
and reported in existing DT Reports for years and based on Robert Miner's book
High Probability Trading Strategies. Trade strategies are based on
multiple-time-frame momentum position, pattern, price and time strategies. We
believe every trader should understand a strategy and not just blindly follow
recommendations. We give a brief explanation of each trade recommendation with
chart and comments. The DT Trade Alerts are not meant to be an educational
publication, but we want subscribers to understand why we are making a specific
trade recommendation. That is also why we encourage subscribers to read Robert's
High Probability Trading Strategies book for more background.
Why subscribe to the DT Trade Alerts if I am
already familiar with the High Probability Trading Strategies approach and have
my own software and data?
Trade strategies and technical analysis are not completely objective. We bring
over 25 years of practical market experience to our analysis and alerts. Often
times, the technicals may appear to all be in position for a trade but our
experience will warrant caution and avoid a specific trade for the moment. The
DT Trade Alerts are also for experienced traders who may want to be alerted to a
trade setup for a market they do not usually follow.
What is the cost of the new DT Trade Alert service?
The new alert service is priced to be far less than you would risk on even one
small leveraged ETF trade. The cost is $591 per three months which is $197 per month.
We only offer quarterly subscriptions. Many similar services cost more than this
for each market. We include the four major markets: S&P, Gold, Bonds/Notes and
Euro/USD - with our DT Trade Alerts.
What does a DT Trade Alert look like?
Click Here to see a sample alert.
Is the new DT Trade Alerts service for you?
Only you can answer that question. But,
if you would like to be alerted to specific trades that typically should last
from several days to weeks in the S&P, Gold, Bonds/Notes and Euro/USD, with follow
up through exiting the position, the DT Trade Alerts may be for you.
Subscribe Now to the New
DT TRADE ALERTS