So you think you’re a Lazy Trader, huh? Well, you ain’t seen nothing’ yet! While there is nothing taxing about trading the higher timeframes, we are going to make it even easier for Lazy Traders. We’re excited about this latest project we are developing for our growing band of happy clients as it will take Lazy Trading to a whole new level.
We are developing some proprietary trading software which will automatically do the “hard work” so you don’t have to by scanning any market for potential trade opportunities.
Named “TRADE VOYAGER”, this software will cherry-pick potential trades so you can have trades brought to you rather than you having to find them yourself. In short, it will save you time and effort.
So, instead of going analysing every chart at the end of every day or week (depending on whether you trade the daily or weekly chart), you can simply just analyse the charts which Trade Voyager cherry picks. That’s right, only the charts which have a legitimate, bonafide entry signal. Trade Voyager will allow you to select the best while leaving the rest.
Trade Voyager will be programmed to automatically scan for six price action-based set-ups, giving plenty of scope for potential opportunity and will be compatible with Meta Trader 4, which is one of the most popular charting software packages on the market to date.
If you really enjoy the lazy approach to trading this will definitely be up your street! Or, if you’re new to trading and feel a little “lost at sea,” our very own Trade Voyager package will bring you back on track.
Development is well under way and we anticipate that Trade Voyager will be ready for public use by the end of the month (July 2014).
And guess what, it won’t cost Lazy Traders a penny! For anyone on our flagship Ultimate programme, it will simply be included in the membership offering at no extra charge.
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