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The system issuing the trading signals of the undersigned and the same TRADING STRATEGY, is simple. The strategy focuses on a few large-cap securities, in particular: ENI, ENEL, INTESA, GENERALI, FIAT, UNICREDIT and very rarely on ETF levmib (long) and...Continua a leggere
The system issuing the trading signals of the undersigned and the same TRADING STRATEGY, is simple. The strategy focuses on a few large-cap securities, in particular: ENI, ENEL, INTESA, GENERALI, FIAT, UNICREDIT and very rarely on ETF levmib (long) and xbrmib (short), corresponding to our Futures. With a 100k theoretical capital and always working with leverage 3 (overnight), we obtain a total of 300,000 Euro capital virtually used. It is divided between the tools or between the securities mentioned above (which will be the subject of my almost exclusive trading) in the following manner:
60,000 Euro represents the total capital to 'dedicate' to Intesa San Paolo; 60,000 to Generali Assicurazioni; 60,000 to Eni; 60,000 to Enel; 30,000 to Fiat; 30,000 to Unicredit (one of the two can be replaced by an 'off-list', with the same 'dedicated' 30,000 Euro). In case you do not execute one of the securities mentioned above, the ETF will fill in the list on our index: 30,000 to ETF Long or Short leverage to SpMib. Tool used rarely, however, as written above.
I do not use another, if not rarely (and only for extremely well capitalised subjects!). I NEVER enter the market with the entire capital. I always recommend keeping a large amount of liquidity (used for extreme contingencies). Let me explain better: If I buy INTESA or ENI, I would hardly buy ENEL, FIAT and Unicredit, except in small 'doses'! I rarely enter with 100% of the value 'dedicated' to the security. As specified, I rarely enter on securities other than those listed, and when it happens, nevertheless, I always dedicate a maximum capital of 30,000 Euro. For the 'BIG' securities (Intesa, Generali, Enel and ENI), 60,000 Euro represent 100% of the entry, distributed on a virtual capital of 100,000 Euro with leverage 3 (or 300,000 Euro). However, to provide a signal, I have to divide the capital, calculating the order in percentages. Given that I only use these tools, 60,000 Euro translated in percentage (for a capital of 300,000 Euro - leverage 3), is about 20%. Therefore, these 20% represent the 100% of entry on Intesa.
In order to be practical and understand the signal that I launch, I will carefully explain how it is done. When I enter a purchase order, for example 20% on INTESA (leverage 3), it means that I buy 100% of the 60,000 Euro available; therefore, I enter with all my 'available' amount on INTESA. If, instead, I launch a trading signal announcing that I buy 10% of INTESA, I enter with 30,000 Euro, i.e. with 50% of the amount 'dedicated' to that security. And so on …. If I say I buy 5% of INTESA, I will enter with 25%.... i.e. with 15,000 Euro. It is not difficult if we take into account that 20% for the 4 BIG that I trade is equal to 100% of the dedicated amount, i.e. my 60,000 Euro. Compared to the first one, as far as my old methods are concerned, little changes. Only a different numerical method for introducing the order. So, to continue with my example, the 4% represents 20% of the entry. It is not difficult to understand this system. Finally, it is clear that if I enter with 2%, I enter with 10% of 60,000 Euro, i.e. with 6,000 Euro.
Concerning the ETF on the SPMIB, LEV and XBR index, the operation would be similar to what we have on any security. I repeat, a tool that I will rarely use and, however, excluding one of those in the list: 30,000 Euro of dedicated capital represents 100% of the entry. However, we know that for this tool, my 100% is calculated in percentages of 10% (maximum size of the signal). Therefore, knowing that 10% represents 100%, when I enter with 1% it means I will have entered with 10% (equivalent to 1 mini SPMIB), thus, with 3,000 Euro. Therefore, 2% means 20%, i.e. 6,000 Euro, or 2 mini, and so on. The only anticipated part of the signal on the ETF is that no accurate price can be given on those. Logic says that if I express a long entry on our index for 19,000 and that level has not yet been reached, I cannot know in advance the exact price of the ETF (I can only approximate). When the index will reach 19,000, I will see the price of the ETF and I will make the entrance. We simply have to get used to this one, too; it is not complicated.
For the 'speculative' or second sector securities, and precisely Fiat, Unicredit (or any others) and the 2 ETF, the entry capital is half of the one dedicated to BIG. Therefore, the percentages also will be split in half, for which 10% of the entry is equal to 100% dedicated to the speculative security or to ETF, i.e. 30,000 Euro. 5% is equal to 50%, i.e. 15,000 Euro, … 2.5% to 7,500 Euro, thus to 25%.... and so on. I hardly enter with lower percentages.
To perfectly follow all signals on the tools listed above, they need to be rather capitalised. In fact, if I had a capital LOWER than 25,000 Euro not leveraged, it would be absolutely senseless and highly discouraged to try to follow any virtual sign. With a capital of 25,000 Euro and leverage 3, then the situation would change significantly. If, instead, I would read only the signals on the LevMib and XBRMib ETF, a capital higher to 30,000 Euro would be, however, safer.
I STRONGLY AND HIGHLY DISCOURAGE the use of BROKERS that make automatic STOPS without you being able to decide when you want to stop the operation. One of these is FINECO, absolutely in the Black List. If you want to stay with FINECO or other similar BROKERS, the USE of the LEVERAGE is forbidden!! Because it would harm you. Thank you
The main objective is obtaining constant profit, with a portfolio that contains a few large-caps and, of course, highly qualitative securities. Small bread crumbs that make up our good loaf....Continua a leggere
The main objective is obtaining constant profit, with a portfolio that contains a few large-caps and, of course, highly qualitative securities. Small bread crumbs that make up our good loaf.
Few risks, opening of long/short positions and small gains of 2/3 percentage points, closing them within a few sessions, or, if possible, within the same session. It is fundamental to propose 'clean' and targeted trades that do not entail wicked and risky choices, on which always enter a Stop Loss, especially for 'important' entries. For this, we have the TRADING STRATEGY.
Using a particularly effective Money Management technique, even the percentage 'dedicated' to each tool, is, in turn, divided and calculated in percentages so as not to enter on the security (or on any tool) with the maximum 'allowed'. ...Continua a leggere
Using a particularly effective Money Management technique, even the percentage 'dedicated' to each tool, is, in turn, divided and calculated in percentages so as not to enter on the security (or on any tool) with the maximum 'allowed'.
Observing the levels that are part of my trading strategy and my notions of technical analysis, and, however, respecting - for some of these that are particularly significant - the right and proper stop loss, it is hard to obtain bad results. However, the management of the portfolio is always subject to risk, because it is this work that thoroughly entrenched such adjective. Many market phases, during history, have had regular quotations, but speculative phases can be dangerous. This is why the use of STOP LOSS is important.
Another characteristic of my trading is the almost total absence of SHORT positions on securities, either due to a matter strictly related to commissions on security loans, Tobin and so on..., either due to a matter closely related to the dangerousness of the short losses on several tools, especially if unpredictable. I prefer buying on media in money management and not selling short. Over time, this technique has always brought me huge benefits. Even when the market was heavily declining, I could still make money with the long and contrarien positions, on major media, making use of the bounces. For the short positions, however, I will use the related ETF on the indexes.
Multiple trades are hardly proposed with my Money Management, although there is liquidity to trade. At a certain point, precisely due to these 'speculative phases', the liquidity could be very useful. Therefore, there will be minimum 25 or 50% liquidity in the portfolio, ready for any circumstance. In this way, this guarantees the chance to take advantage of any euphoric or panic situation on the market to use force.
Even though some current policies wrongly define it as a simple job, and although our own website shows images of relaxation on the homepage, I can guarantee that it is one of the most stressful, exhausting and demanding jobs that there is! Any mistake, distraction or fatigue, any lack of clarity or stubbornness, can cause irreparable damage. That is why it is always necessary to stay close to a professional.
RULES for CORRECT TRADING
1) An order performed (buy, sell, short, cover) on a tool DOES NOT CANCEL other pending orders on the same tool, unless it is specified
2) A Stop Loss and Take Profit - even partial - performed on a tool DOES NOT CANCEL other pending orders on the same tool, unless otherwise communicated
3) Stop Loss and Take Profit orders have no deadline, unless there are price adjustments (nevertheless communicated)
4) Orders (buy, sell, short, cover) given with % under 10% (50% of the 'dedicated') are valid until the closure of the next day.
5) Orders (buy, sell, short, cover) JOINED BY A STOP are valid until after the closure of the next day or if the stop is triggered.
6) An order (buy, sell, short, cover) performed CANCELS the Stop Loss and Take Profit orders that may be present on that tool
7) An order of which price is typed 30 seconds before sending it to the site is deemed NOT performed, because I imagine not all of you are able to enter it fast.
8) After hour trading on the market is excluded, unless there are special conditions (possibly communicated)
9) Anyway, every order is cancelled or changed if expressly communicated in writing.
10) An order entered on the market, which is not executed in continuous trading, but rather only in the closing AUCTION is valid and deemed executed, unless otherwise specified (for example, not participating in the closing AUCTION, cancelling the order)
Any communication or clarification with the undersigned can be made through our forum. Sometimes, to speed up the answer, I recommend using Facebook (search Biagio Milano, but be aware that I do not accept fake nicks) or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.