Buy/Sell Alerts Just Before the Sweet Spots
Wasting time and energy by waiting along in a sideway market isn’t just frustrating, it’s the number one problem that day traders face.
Sideways markets and false breakouts can trap traders into losing trades. This unproductive noise drains resources & traders are often worn out when real opportunities show up.
With this message we’ll show you: 1) What a Sweet Spot Trade Setup looks like; 2) How you can get a customizable Sweet Spot alert. Here is an example:
Sweet Spot Alert Helps You to Focus on the most relevant
Trading execution is now so good that it can take just a fraction of a second to place and fill an order. But the real work in trading is knowing when not to trade. Out of the 6 and half regular trading hours, a good trade setup to the trend for day trading might only takes about 20-30 minutes – the rest of the time is noise. As you can see in the above charts, Sweet Spot Alerts (the black x, marked “sell alert”) are calling for your attention to take an upcoming sweet spot sell signal. You don’t need to stare at the computer because you can get the Sweet Spot Alert. Just estimate how much money can be saved and make more by doing less.
Sweet Spot Alert is Customizable
You can customize the Sweet Spot Alert by value, how close to the support/resistance levels. It shows up in real time. You can also see the good Trade Setups and Outcomes examples by clicking here.
You can still make trades based on the news and commentary but adding AbleTrend trading software to your fingertips to serve as your private consultant could probably improve your objectivity in viewing the market prospectively.
With Warm Regards,
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I have been using AbleTrend for many years but never heard of Sweet Spot Alerts before. This concept is very interesting
But neither your article nor your blog explains how to set one up
……. Alan Johnson
Thanks for writing. I’ll prep a quick primer on the subject in the next couple days.
Yes I found the same…..I still don’t know how to set up the alert.
Yes, I agree with the other comments. Please send out an email as to how to set up this “Alert” that your speaking about.
Yes, I agree as well