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It has been a while since I offered my stock pick newsletter, but I have now gone one better with my latest mechanical Trading System

  • 41% Return Since November 2007
  • 47% Win Percentage (Nov 07)
  • Max drawdown of 9% (Nov 07)
  • Blend of Ultra Long & Short Index ETFs
  • Trade Signals delivered by Email (EoD)
  • Free registration to Zignals required
  • $0.00 per month
  • You will find this strategy in the Top 20 Trading Strategies Leaderboard in the Zignals Dashboard
  • The strategy is called "ETF Heaven - Medium" and was created by user "Z_Strategy"
  • Other strategies can be found by searching for component stocks in our MarketPlace or by searching for a user; 'Z_Strategy' or 'fallond'
  • I'll be posting new of other strategies for other markets as they become available. In particular, FX, Commodities, European and Indian Trading Systems

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    Wednesday, April 25, 2007

    How to Become a Fallond Newsletter Subscriber

    If you are interested in receiving my newsletter then:

    [1] Head to Fallondpicks.com.

    [2] In the right hand margin is a blue box:



    [3] Complete a Subscription plan, or email me for details on how to snail mail a payment.



    [4] Allow 24 hours to set up access. This is a manual set. Please forward to me the email you would like to receive the newsletter if different from the one used to pay.

    User id: Your email address
    Password: gold

    Different user ids and passwords are available on request.

    [5] Annual subscribers get to allocate $25 of their payment to a KIVA project of their choice (simply send me the link for the project in an email):



    [6] Enjoy! The newsletter can be received via email, or obtained directly on site:



    Newsletter format:



    [A] A suggested ratio of cash:equity exposure, broken down into two further risk categories:



    Subscriber picks carry an average risk of 6% and are only available to Newsletter readers

    Breakout plays carry an average risk of 9% and are freely available on site. Breakout plays are usually earlier featured Subscriber picks and have revised stop and target prices.

    An overall gauge of Market Health is provided as a snapshot of my current opinion.

    [B] A projected Market outlook. What should be watched for beyond the short term picture. This is updated on a semi-regular basis as needed.



    [C] A sample index play covering ETFs and Options using an 8% risk. Only the most recent signals are presented until new ones are triggered:



    [D] My daily commentary from Fallondpicks, including performance changes in my sample stock recommendations; stop and target hits:



    [E] Newly added Yearly charts for the indices and key market internals:



    [F] Finally, the stock picks themselves. Each pick has a suggested entry price based on the day's close (I use end-of-day scans), and a suggested stop and target price. Nearest support and resistance is also listed. A snapshot commentary is provided based on some of the important aspects of the chart, including potential news drivers, dividend yields, and changes in the point-n-figure chart. The IBD rank is the overall rank for the stock as listed by Investors Business Daily:



    Where possible I try and list at least 3 picks for Subscribers, four times a week. Sometimes my scans draw blanks and there is nothing to present. Free stock picks are more irregular in appearance but are also added to the newsletter when featured.

    All back issues of the newsletter and stock picks are available at Fallondpicks.com.

    Finally, if one is in need of a quick check on the status of any of the stocks featured in the newsletter I keep a spreadsheet outlining the performance of these picks based on the listed entry price (so slippage is not factored - I do this for ease of reference for myself) and whether the stop, or target price is hit. A max high price is also listed for the period of the trade - this is often the "exit" price you see listed as a performance measure for other stock picking services and provides a very different picture to the exit prices I use.





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