Why are GMT’s Forex & Stock Alerts so valuable to traders?
The successful trading of all markets, whether Forex, Stocks, Bonds, Commodities or otherwise requires, above all else, volatility.
Put simply, if a market isn’t moving, there is no risk, no reward and no opportunity. Period.
The GMT Forex & Stock Alerts System cuts out all the painstaking time required to properly search for catalysing events which are going to move markets and instead delivers them direct to your inbox each day so you can focus only on the markets which are most likely to move in the coming days, weeks and months.
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How does the Forex & Stock Alerts System work?
The first job of any trader is to find markets which are going to move. Now, with the Forex & Stock Alerts system, we do the hard work so you don’t have to!
Receive Free GMT Forex & Stock Alerts direct to your inbox notifying you of major market moving events in Forex and Stocks as well as a directional bias for each market covered to help you identify high probability set ups.
Our research team constantly monitors the latest financial news and Alerts are generated when a strong catalyst is released in line with the overall trend of a market.
What events trigger a Forex & Stock Alert?
Significant Beats and Misses in Global Macro data (Forex & Commodities)
Significant Beats and Misses in Stock Earnings
Notable Upgrades and Downgrades of individual Stocks by rating agencies
Notable insider Buying and Selling of individual Stocks
Which traders will benefit the most from the GMT Forex & Stock Alerts System?
Whilst All Traders should be focused on finding markets which are most likely to move, some trading approaches will benefit more from the GMT Forex & Stock Alerts System than others.
One of the biggest reasons aspiring traders and investors lose money is because they allocate capital into assets which lack any real volatility. This leads to them becoming stopped out in choppy markets as well as tying up capital in markets which don’t move.
Whilst it is never a good policy to allocate capital to markets which have no volatility (no potential reward), this is especially problematic for Day Traders and Options Traders as they lack the ability to wait for markets to become volatile again due to the natural time restrictions (1 day volatility & contract expirations) on those types of trading approaches.
On the flip side, of course, volatile markets also have the ability to produce the greatest returns.
Traders with a long term time horizon have the ability to hold and to wait for markets to exit a period of low volatility, however, the obvious question is – why would any trader want to sit with capital tied up in markets which are not moving for any period of time at all?
With this being the case the Forex & Stock Alerts System is an important tool for All Traders however for short term traders, especially Day Traders and Options Traders, volatility is absolutely essential.