How to trade the ETF market (new video)

How trade triangles can help you trade in the ETF markets

Today we will be looking at our trade triangle technology and how it can help you time the ETF markets successfully.

In this short video I will show you exactly how to use our trade triangle technology in the ETF markets.

You can watch this video with my compliments and there is no registration requirements. I would love to get your feedback about this video on our blog.

All the best,

Adam Hewison
Co-creator, MarketClub

9 thoughts on “How to trade the ETF market (new video)

  1. Dear Trikaal,

    I'll clarify each point at a time...

    -Yes: Monthly for trend and possible entry point.
    -Yes: Monthly can determine that first entry, if the Monthly is green the chances are that the Weekly Triangle is already green, or will soon change as well... so no real need to look at it.
    -When you are in the trade watch the Monthly and Weekly. After that first entry, you are looking to be in a position when both the Weekly and Monthly are pointing in that direction and will exit when one changes direction. You will sit out until both realign.

    It is ok to enter the trade when the Monthly is green and the Weekly is red (however, that won't happen very often as the Weekly is more likely to change before the Monthly).

    Note - *If you are a shorter term trader, it is possible to use the weekly triangles to determine overall trend and possible entry point and the daily chart to determine individual timing points. Please be aware of the short term whipsaws, and lack of overall trend strength.

    If you have any other questions or need further clarification, please don't hesitate to contact our support team at 1.800.538.7424.


    Lindsay Thompson
    Director of New Business Development & MarketClub

  2. Hi -

    I've watched a lot of the videos and I see for equities, you use the monthly for the trend, and the weekly for timing. In this example, the weekly was green prior to the monthly, so in this particular case, the monthly was used both for trend and timing - ie. if the previous period was in a downtrend (red monthly), then a weekly green triangle arises, you wouldn't buy until the monthly turns green - the monthly in this case was the entry signal. Later as long as the monthly stays green, then we follow the weekly triangles, correct (in the case of being long only)?

    Thanks in advance

    1. Dave,

      It sounds as if you have the technique correct. For equities, when the Monthly TTs and the Weekly TTs are not in correspondence you are sitting out. The Monthlys will determine trend and possibly initial entry (if the weekly has not gotten you out previous to the Monthly, you would use the Monthly to exit/reenter).

      All the best,

      Lindsay Thompson
      Director of New Business Development & MarketClub

      1. Lindsay,

        Just to make sure I get this right:

        - Use the Monthly for trend
        - If the Monthly trend is green, use it for initial
        entry (or do I need to check weekly also is green)
        - Once I am in the trade, I watch the Monthly and Weekly
        and stay in the trade till both the Monthly and Weekly
        are green. I exit the trade when the Monthly goes red
        even if the weekly is green.

        Is it OK to enter the trade when the Monthly is green but
        the weekly is red?


  3. This my Second try for getting my comment in. Hopefully this will make it through.

    Hi Adam,

    I have been watching all the videos with great interest and I find them very educative and helpful. I am planning to subscribe to Market club but I also had a question before I join.

    Can I solely depend on the trade triangles (Monthly for trends and weekly for entry/exit) for all my buy/sell decisions. Or do you I need to filter the finds using MACD, MA, RSI etc? Is there a recommended criteria to filter trades identified through trade triangles to increase the probability of hitting a successful trade.

    Thanks for any help,

    1. Trikaal,

      Thank you for your feedback and I apologize for the delay in responding to your comment.

      To answer your question quite simply yes you can rely on just the Trade Triangles to trade in the ETF markets.

      You can also if you want to add an extra filter like the MAC D. which I think is an excellent tool.

      All the best,

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