Hedge Funds would kill for returns like these ...

Quarter 1 results are in... and we think you will be very impressed.

2008 has already been a roller-coaster ride. The after shock of record high oil prices, the sub-prime disaster and the credit crunch still have a profound impact on market direction. However the “Trade Triangle” technology once again prevailed in uneasy times.

Of course it would be easy to show you the results for a cherry picked group of great performers. However, to show consistency we have analyzed the same commodities, indexes and precious metals that we have used for our quarter results in 2007. We are using the same “Trade Triangle” method to show how you could have entered and exited the market with limited losses and plentiful profits.

The “Trade Triangle” technology can work for all types of trader. By working a filtering method into your trading plan, you are reducing risk and putting the odds in your favor that the market will move in the direction of a longer term trend.

So how did MarketClub do for Q1 of 2008, well watch and see...

Let us know what you think. You can email [email protected] or call one of our support staff at 410.867-2100.


Adam Hewison
President, INO.com

3 thoughts on “Hedge Funds would kill for returns like these ...

  1. Hi Adam,

    I am still in my trial subscription period and am using your service along with my long term trusted charting software. I like your expansive coverage on the numerous investment opportunities (ie. commodities and funds) I have to ask if there is any work being done to send alerts to your subscribers when a "trade triangle" signal is trigged on the items on our portfolio. For someone like myself (swing trader), I am not able to react as quickly to the daily signals your service offers.

    Please let us know

    Thanks for all you do.


  2. I have a questions on the gold trading. It seems like the activity of buying and selling is often. How do you trade this to avoid all the fees charged by brokers like Monex as this would end up being a lot of money and short moves would be losing trades even if possitive. Thanks. Chuck


    Many of our members will use another Technical Analysis study to confirm or reject the triangles. This may help you reduce the number of trades and as a result reduce the amount of brokerage commissions.


    Director of New Business Development
    INO.com & MarketClub.com

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