How Auto-Trading works?
Autotrading signals is very simple.
- First - a trader checks if his/her broker auto-trades our signals. If not, a trader has to consider other online brokers who do it. The list of online brokerage companies who would be pleased to autotrade our signals.
- Second - sign up to a signals service. In order to be able to autotrade the signals a trader has to subscribe to our service.
As a rule an online broker does not charge an extra fee for auto-trading.
- The last step is to sign up for an auto-trading program with a broker. As we mentioned, the broker usually does not charge extra for auto-trading. The only thing that a trader may be asked to do, is to fill out certain forms, disclosure statements and sign an agreement.
That's all. The rest, as a rule is done beyond a trader:
- An online broker will send us the traders (who applies to auto-trade our signals) info for a membership confirmation.
- After we verify the subscription to our services, we send the confirmation back to an online broker.
- Once he has received a confirmation from us, an online broker starts to auto-trade our signals.
Note: If a trader who auto-trades our signals requests signals service cancellation, we notify the online broker who provides the auto-trading.
One single winning trade
could pay for the membership for years to come.
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The return results represented on the web site are based on the premium received for the selling options short
and do not reflect margin. It is recommended to contact your broker about margin requirements on uncovered options trading before using any information on this web site.
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