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What broker do you recommend for autotrading?

Generally, we do not recommend autotrading our signals.

Our option signals are developed for limit orders and in the case of autotrading, a broker automatically enters a limit order with an exit price and a stop limit order with a stop price. As soon as orders are placed, they become visible for the market makers and they create a certain demand. Market makers (the large institutions) and brokerage companies that are used for autotrading have access to a great deal of market data, including where the majority of stop-loss orders are set. If there are enough stop-loss orders set for a specific price, the market will not hesitate to take the stop and pocket the profit and after that, reverse in the previous direction.

You can see evidence of this on 9/5/2006, 12/19/2006, 1/24/2007 and 4/30/2007 where the market only passed our stop-loss by a few points and then changed direction again. We know from experience that when you set a stop-loss order, the market will not hesitate to take it if there are enough orders set near that price.

What we would recommend is do not use autotrading. This gives the trader the ability do not place a stop-loss order, but to mentally keep the stop-loss level. In this case a trader may consider several options using our stop-loss:

  • Keep a mental stop-loss level and close a trade when this level is hit...
  • Do not place a stop-loss order, but simply wait for our email-alert indicating closure of our position.
  • Place a stop-loss order according to personal risk tolerance.

Those who use our trading system in their own way without using autotrading, as a rule achieve better results.

One of the effective ways of using our options trading system as an alternative to autotrading is to use different prices to open a trade, usually lower prices.

For instance, if our system generates a signal to buy QQQQ options at $1.50 a trader may place a trade at $1.45, $1.40 or even lower. When the market hits our recommended entry price the autotrading orders are filled and if the numbers of orders are big (you may see it from the charts or quotes provided by your broker) then as a rule the market may give a better price to open a trade at and the higher the volume, the better the price might be afterwards. Using this strategy helps to reduce the losses by 5-10% and increase profitable trades by 5-10%.

Keep in mind that the described trading strategy of using our trading system cannot be utilized through autotrading. This strategy is one of the alternative trading strategies that can potentially deliver better results than autotrading.

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