Saturday Success Story - Roland, Colorado

At MarketClub, our mission is to help you become a better trader. Our passion is creating superior tradingtools to help you achieve your goals—no matter which way the markets move—we promise objective and unbiased recommendations not available from brokers.

Here is one of our member's story...

"My use of MarketClub is based mostly on convenience. During the day, I can quickly check my portfolio and then at night using some of the tools, including the Trade Triangles to make decisions for the next day’s trading. Since starting this system, I caught the 2008 market plunge early and have since found my profits up about 40% from what I had been showing before using the evening trade tools." Roland B., Colorado

To send your own success story, please email [email protected]. We wish all of our members the best and we look forward to hearing your success story

5 thoughts on “Saturday Success Story - Roland, Colorado

  1. Stanley,

    One of the really cool features of MarketClub in our alert system. The system sends you automatically an e-mail when a market that you're watching violates a a certain level.

    Now for the good news you can put this to your advantage by either placing a stop in the market or have MarketClub system e-mail you when a level that you're watching has been violated. It is very easy to do and you can do it using the trade triangles and the levels we prescribe in our trade triangle technology. See how it is done here.

    All the best,

  2. I have been using the portfolio alerts for about a week and have caught 2 stocks that are both up over 1.00.I also used the rating system to sell several stocks before they lost value. Rolland

    1. i am studying the Trade Triangle tools. The Triangle tools is from historical price. When a day triangle signal of buy is on, it usually comes with a day lag and the price has already gone up eg by 2%. What should we do, we wait the price pull back or just buy at the current market price? anyone can share their experiences?

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