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Dollar Cost Averaging

A Technique that Drastically Reduces Market Risk

Dollar cost averaging is a technique designed to reduce market risk through the systematic purchase of securities at predetermined intervals and set amounts. Many successful investors already practice without realizing it. Many others could save themselves a lot of time, effort and money by beginning a plan. In this article, you will learn the three steps to beginning a dollar cost averaging plan, look at concrete examples of how it can lower an investor’s cost basis, and discover how it reduces risk.

Dollar Cost Averaging: What is It?

Instead of investing assets in a lump sum, the investor works his way into a position by slowly buying smaller amounts over a longer period of time. This spreads the cost basisout over several years, providing insulation against changes in market price.

Setting Up Your Own Dollar Cost Averaging Plan

In order to begin a dollar cost averaging plan, you must do three things:

Decide exactly how much money you can invest each month. Make certain that you are financially capable of keeping the amount consistent; otherwise the plan will not be as effective.
Select an investment (index funds are particularly appropriate, but we will get to that in a moment) that you want to hold for the long term, preferably five to ten years or longer.
At regular intervals (weekly, monthly or quarterly works best), invest that money into the security you’ve chosen. If your broker offers it, set up an automatic withdrawal plan so the process becomes automated.

An Example of a Dollar Cost Averaging Plan

You have $15,000 you want to invest in Sprint FON common stock. The date is January 1, 2000. You have two options: you can invest the money as a lump sum now, walk away and forget about it, or you can set up a dollar cost averaging plan and ease your way into the stock. You opt for the latter and decide to invest $1,250 each quarter for three years. Had you invested your $15,000 in January 2000, you would have purchased 264.46 shares at $56.72 each. When the stock closed for the year in December of 2002 at $13.69, your holdings would only be worth $3,620!
Had you dollar cost averaged into the stock over the past three years, however, you would own 746.21 shares; at the closing price, this gives your holdings a market value of $10,216. Although still a loss, Sprint FON stock must only go up to $20.10 for you to break even, not $56.72, which would have been required without the dollar cost averaging.
To go a step further, without dollar cost averaging you would break even at $56.72. With dollar cost averaging, you would have turned a profit of $27,326 when the stock hit that price thanks to your lower cost basis ($56.72 sell price - $20.10 average cost basis = $36.62 profit x 746.21 shares = $27,326 total profit.)

Combining the Power of Dollar Cost Averaging with the Diversification of a Systematic Mutual Fund

Index funds are passively managed mutual funds that are designed to mimic the returns of benchmarks such as the SA&P 500, the Dow Jones Industrial Average, etc. An investor that puts money into a fund designed to mimic the Willshiree 5000, for example, is literally going to own a fractional interest in every one of the five thousand stocks that make up that index.

This instant diversification comes with the added bonus. Traditionally, management fees of passive funds are less than one-tenth those of their actively managed counterparts. Over the course of a decade, for example, this can add up to tens of thousands of dollars the investor would have paid in fees to the mutual fund company that, instead, are accruing to his or her benefit.

The dollar cost averaging component reduces market risk, while the index fund investment reduces company-specific risk. This combination can be among the best investment options for individuals looking to build up their long term wealth by having a portion of their portfolio in equities.

Invest date Amount Price per share Shares purchased
Jan. 2012$1,250$56.7222.04
Apr. 2012$1,250$56.7222.04
Jul. 2012$1,250$56.7222.04
Oct. 2012$1,250$56.7222.04
Jan. 2013$1,250$56.7222.04
Apr. 2013$1,250$56.7222.04
Jul. 2013$1,250$56.7222.04
Oct. 2013$1,250$56.7222.04
Jan. 2014$1,250$56.7222.04
Apr. 2014$1,250$56.7222.04
Jul. 2014$1,250$56.7222.04
Oct. 2014$1,250$56.7222.04
Total$15,000$56.72.avg.264.48 shares owned

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What is Systematic Investment Algorithm?

Systematic trading (also known as mechanical trading) is a way of defining trade goals, risk controls and rules that can make investment and trading decisions in a methodical way.

Systematic trading includes both manual trading of systems, and full or partial automation using computers. Although technical systematic systems are more common, there are also systems using fundamental data such as those in equity long:short hedge funds and GTAA funds. Systematic trading includes both high frequency trading (HFT, sometimes called algorithmic trading) and slower types of investment such as systematic trend following. It also includes passive index tracking.

The opposite of systematic trading is discretionary trading. The disadvantage of discretionary trading is that it may be influenced by emotions, isn't easily back tested, and has less rigorous risk control.

Systematic trading is related to quantitative trading. Quantitative trading includes all trading which use quantitative techniques; most quantitative trading involves using techniques to value market assets like derivatives but the trading decision may be systematic or discretionary.

Explanation about Basics of Algorithmic Trading: Concepts and Examples?

An algorithm is a specific set of clearly defined instructions aimed to carry out a task or process. Algorithmic trading (automated trading, black-box trading, or simply algo-trading) is the process of using computers programmed to follow a defined set of instructions for placing a trade in order to generate profits at a speed and frequency that is impossible for a human trader. The defined sets of rules are based on timing, price, quantity or any mathematical model. Apart from profit opportunities for the trader, algo-trading makes markets more liquid and makes trading more systematic by ruling out emotional human impacts on trading activities.

Suppose a trader follows these simple trade criteria:

Buy 50 shares of a stock when its 50-day moving average goes above the 200-day moving average Sell shares of the stock when its 50-day moving average goes below the 200-day moving average Using this set of two simple instructions, it is easy to write a computer program which will automatically monitor the stock price (and the moving average indicators) and place the buy and sell orders when the defined conditions are met. The trader no longer needs to keep a watch for live prices and graphs, or put in the orders manually. The algorithmic trading system automatically does it for him, by correctly identifying the trading opportunity. (For more on moving averages, see: Simple Moving Averages Make Trends Stand Out.)

Algo-trading provides the following benefits:

1. Trades executed at the best possible prices

2. Instant and accurate trade order placement (thereby high chances of execution at desired levels)

3. Trades timed correctly and instantly, to avoid significant price changes

4. Reduced transaction costs (see the implementation shortfall example below)

5. Simultaneous automated checks on multiple market conditions

6. Reduced risk of manual errors in placing the trades

7. Backtest the algorithm, based on available historical and real time data

8. Reduced possibility of mistakes by human traders based on emotional and psychological factors The greatest portion of present day algo-trading is high frequency trading (HFT), which attempts to capitalize on placing a large number of orders at very fast speeds across multiple markets and multiple decision parameters, based on pre-programmed instructions. (For more on high frequency trading, see: Strategies and Secrets of High Frequency Trading (HFT) Firms)

Algo-trading is used in many forms of trading and investment activities, including:

Mid to long term investors or buy side firms (pension funds, mutual funds, insurance companies) who purchase in stocks in large quantities but do not want to influence stocks prices with discrete, large-volume investments.

Short term traders and sell side participants (market makers, speculators, and arbitrageurs) benefit from automated trade execution; in addition, algo-trading aids in creating sufficient liquidity for sellers in the market.

Systematic traders (trend followers, pairs traders, hedge funds, etc.) find it much more efficient to program their trading rules and let the program trade automatically. Algorithmic trading provides a more systematic approach to active trading than methods based on a human trader's intuition or instinct.

Algorithmic Trading Strategies

Any strategy for algorithmic trading requires an identified opportunity which is profitable in terms of improved earnings or cost reduction. The following are common trading strategies used in algo-trading:

Trend Following Strategies:

The most common algorithmic trading strategies follow trends in moving averages, channel breakouts, price level movements and related technical indicators. These are the easiest and simplest strategies to implement through algorithmic trading because these strategies do not involve making any predictions or price forecasts. Trades are initiated based on the occurrence of desirable trends, which are easy and straightforward to implement through algorithms without getting into the complexity of predictive analysis.

Arbitrage Opportunities:

Buying a dual listed stock at a lower price in one market and simultaneously selling it at a higher price in another market offers the price differential as risk-free profit or arbitrage. The same operation can be replicated for stocks versus futures instruments, as price differentials do exists from time to time. Implementing an algorithm to identify such price differentials and placing the orders allows profitable opportunities in efficient manner.

Index Fund Rebalancing:

Index funds have defined periods of rebalancing to bring their holdings to par with their respective benchmark indices. This creates profitable opportunities for algorithmic traders, who capitalize on expected trades that offer 20-80 basis points profits depending upon the number of stocks in the index fund, just prior to index fund rebalancing. Such trades are initiated via algorithmic trading systems for timely execution and best prices.

Mathematical Model Based Strategies:

A lot of proven mathematical models, like the delta-neutral trading strategy, which allow trading on combination of options and its underlying security, where trades are placed to offset positive and negative deltas so that the portfolio delta is maintained at zero.

Trading Range (Mean Reversion):

Mean reversion strategy is based on the idea that the high and low prices of an asset are a temporary phenomenon that revert to their mean value periodically. Identifying and defining a price range and implementing algorithm based on that allows trades to be placed automatically when price of asset breaks in and out of its defined range.

Volume Weighted Average Price (VWAP):

Volume weighted average price strategy breaks up a large order and releases dynamically determined smaller chunks of the order to the market using stock specific historical volume profiles. The aim is to execute the order close to the Volume Weighted Average Price (VWAP), thereby benefiting on average price.

Time Weighted Average Price (TWAP):

Time weighted average price strategy breaks up a large order and releases dynamically determined smaller chunks of the order to the market using evenly divided time slots between a start and end time. The aim is to execute the order close to the average price between the start and end times, thereby minimizing market impact.

Percentage of Volume (POV):

Until the trade order is fully filled, this algorithm continues sending partial orders, according to the defined participation ratio and according to the volume traded in the markets. The related "steps strategy" sends orders at a user-defined percentage of market volumes and increases or decreases this participation rate when the stock price reaches user-defined levels.

Implementation Shortfall:

The implementation shortfall strategy aims at minimizing the execution cost of an order by trading off the real-time market, thereby saving on the cost of the order and benefiting from the opportunity cost of delayed execution. The strategy will increase the targeted participation rate when the stock price moves favorably and decrease it when the stock price moves adversely.

Beyond the Usual Trading Algorithms:

There are a few special classes of algorithms that attempt to identify “happenings” on the other side. These "sniffing algorithms," used, for example, by a sell side market maker have the in-built intelligence to identify the existence of any algorithms on the buy side of a large order. Such detection through algorithms will help the market maker identify large order opportunities and enable him to benefit by filling the orders at a higher price. This is sometimes identified as high-tech front-running. (For more on high-frequency trading and fraudulent practices, see: If You Buy Stocks Online, You Are Involved in HFTs.)

Technical Requirements for Algorithmic Trading

Implementing the algorithm using a computer program is the last part, clubbed with backtesting. The challenge is to transform the identified strategy into an integrated computerized process that has access to a trading account for placing orders. The following are needed:

1. Computer programming knowledge to program the required trading strategy, hired programmers or pre-made trading software

2. Network connectivity and access to trading platforms for placing the orders

3. Access to market data feeds that will be monitored by the algorithm for opportunities to place orders

4. The ability and infrastructure to backtest the system once built, before it goes live on real markets

5. Available historical data for backtesting, depending upon the complexity of rules implemented in algorithm

6. Here is a comprehensive example: Royal Dutch Shell (RDS) is listed on Amsterdam Stock Exchange (AEX) and London Stock Exchange (LSE). Let’s build an algorithm to identify arbitrage opportunities.


A computer program that can read current market prices

Price feeds from both LSE and AEX

A forex rate feed for GBP-EUR exchange rate

Order placing capability which can route the order to the correct exchange

Back-testing capability on historical price feeds

The computer program should perform the following:

Read the incoming price feed of RDS stock from both exchanges Using the available foreign exchange rates, convert the price of one currency to other If there exists a large enough price discrepancy (discounting the brokerage costs) leading to a profitable opportunity, then place the buy order on lower priced exchange and sell order on higher priced exchange If the orders are executed as desired, the arbitrage profit will follow Simple and Easy! However, the practice of algorithmic trading is not that simple to maintain and execute. Remember, if you can place an algo-generated trade, so can the other market participants. Consequently, prices fluctuate in milli- and even microseconds. In the above example, what happens if your buy trade gets executed, but sell trade doesn’t as the sell prices change by the time your order hits the market? You will end up sitting with an open position, making your arbitrage strategy worthless.

There are additional risks and challenges: for example, system failure risks, network connectivity errors, time-lags between trade orders and execution, and, most important of all, imperfect algorithms. The more complex an algorithm, the more stringent backtesting is needed before it is put into action. The Bottom Line

Quantitative analysis of an algorithm’s performance plays an important role and should be examined critically. It’s exciting to go for automation aided by computers with a notion to make money effortlessly. But one must make sure the system is thoroughly tested and required limits are set. Analytical traders should consider learning programming and building systems on their own, to be confident about implementing the right strategies in foolproof manner. Cautious use and thorough testing of algo-trading can create profitable opportunities.

What Is Forex?

The foreign exchange market is the "place" where currencies are traded. Currencies are important to most people around the world, whether they realize it or not, because currencies need to be exchanged in order to conduct foreign trade and business. If you are living in the U.S. and want to buy cheese from France, either you or the company that you buy the cheese from has to pay the French for the cheese in euros (EUR). This means that the U.S. importer would have to exchange the equivalent value of U.S. dollars (USD) into euros. The same goes for traveling. A French tourist in Egypt can't pay in euros to see the pyramids because it's not the locally accepted currency. As such, the tourist has to exchange the euros for the local currency, in this case the Egyptian pound, at the current exchange rate.

The need to exchange currencies is the primary reason why the forex market is the largest, most liquid financial market in the world. It dwarfs other markets in size, even the stock market, with an average traded value of around U.S. $2,000 billion per day. (The total volume changes all the time, but as of August 2012, the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) reported that the forex market traded in excess of U.S. $4.9 trillion per day.)

One unique aspect of this international market is that there is no central marketplace for foreign exchange. Rather, currency trading is conducted electronically over-the-counter (OTC), which means that all transactions occur via computer networks between traders around the world, rather than on one centralized exchange. The market is open 24 hours a day, five and a half days a week, and currencies are traded worldwide in the major financial centers of London, New York, Tokyo, Zurich, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Singapore, Paris and Sydney - across almost every time zone. This means that when the trading day in the U.S. ends, the forex market begins anew in Tokyo and Hong Kong. As such, the forex market can be extremely active any time of the day, with price quotes changing constantly.

Spot Market and the Forwards and Futures Markets

There are actually three ways that institutions, corporations and individuals trade forex: the spot market, the forwards market and the futures market. The forex trading in the spot market always has been the largest market because it is the "underlying" real asset that the forwards and futures markets are based on. In the past, the futures market was the most popular venue for traders because it was available to individual investors for a longer period of time. However, with the advent of electronic trading, the spot market has witnessed a huge surge in activity and now surpasses the futures market as the preferred trading market for individual investors and speculators. When people refer to the forex market, they usually are referring to the spot market. The forwards and futures markets tend to be more popular with companies that need to hedge their foreign exchange risks out to a specific date in the future.

What is the spot market?

More specifically, the spot market is where currencies are bought and sold according to the current price. That price, determined by supply and demand, is a reflection of many things, including current interest rates, economic performance, sentiment towards ongoing political situations (both locally and internationally), as well as the perception of the future performance of one currency against another. When a deal is finalized, this is known as a "spot deal". It is a bilateral transaction by which one party delivers an agreed-upon currency amount to the counter party and receives a specified amount of another currency at the agreed-upon exchange rate value. After a position is closed, the settlement is in cash. Although the spot market is commonly known as one that deals with transactions in the present (rather than the future), these trades actually take two days for settlement.

What are the forwards and futures markets?

Unlike the spot market, the forwards and futures markets do not trade actual currencies. Instead they deal in contracts that represent claims to a certain currency type, a specific price per unit and a future date for settlement.

In the forwards market, contracts are bought and sold OTC between two parties, who determine the terms of the agreement between themselves.

In the futures market, futures contracts are bought and sold based upon a standard size and settlement date on public commodities markets, such as the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. In the U.S., the National Futures Association regulates the futures market. Futures contracts have specific details, including the number of units being traded, delivery and settlement dates, and minimum price increments that cannot be customized. The exchange acts as a counterpart to the trader, providing clearance and settlement.

Both types of contracts are binding and are typically settled for cash for the exchange in question upon expiry, although contracts can also be bought and sold before they expire. The forwards and futures markets can offer protection against risk when trading currencies. Usually, big international corporations use these markets in order to hedge against future exchange rate fluctuations, but speculators take part in these markets as well. (For a more in-depth introduction to futures, see Futures Fundamentals.)

Note that you'll see the terms: FX, forex, foreign-exchange market and currency market. These terms are synonymous and all refer to the forex market.

What Is An Automated Trading System?

Automated trading systems, also referred to as mechanical trading systems, algorithmic trading, automated trading or system trading, allow traders to establish specific rules for both trade entries and exits that, once programmed, can be automatically executed via a computer. The trade entry and exit rules can be based on simple conditions such as a moving average crossover, or can be complicated strategies that require a comprehensive understanding of the programming language specific to the user's trading platform, or the expertise of a qualified programmer. Automated trading systems typically require the use of software that is linked to a direct access broker, and any specific rules must be written in that platform's proprietary language. The TradeStation platform, for example, uses the EasyLanguage programming language; the NinjaTrader platform, on the other hand, utilizes the NinjaScript programming language. Figure 1 shows an example of an automated strategy that triggered three trades during a trading session.

Some trading platforms have strategy building "wizards" that allow users to make selections from a list of commonly available technical indicators to build a set of rules that can then be automatically traded. The user could establish, for example, that a long trade will be entered once the 50-day moving average crosses above the 200-day moving average on a five-minute chart of a particular trading instrument. Users can also input the type of order (market or limit, for instance) and when the trade will be triggered (for example, at the close of the bar or open of the next bar), or use the platform's default inputs. Many traders, however, choose to program their own custom indicators and strategies or work closely with a programmer to develop the system. While this typically requires more effort than using the platform's wizard, it allows a much greater degree of flexibility and the results can be more rewarding. (Unfortunately, there is no perfect investment strategy that will guarantee success. For more, see Using Technical Indicators To Develop Trading Strategies.)

Once the rules have been established, the computer can monitor the markets to find buy or sell opportunities based on the trading strategy specifications. Depending on the specific rules, as soon as a trade is entered, any orders for protective stop losses, trailing stops and profit targets will automatically be generated. In fast moving markets, this instantaneous order entry can mean the difference between a small loss and a catastrophic loss in the event the trade moves against the trader.

What are the Advantages of Automated Trading Systems
There is a long list of advantages to having a computer monitor the markets for trading opportunities and execute the trades, including:

Minimize Emotions. Automated trading systems minimize emotions throughout the trading process. By keeping emotions in check, traders typically have an easier time sticking to the plan. Since trade orders are executed automatically once the trade rules have been met, traders will not be able to hesitate or question the trade. In addition to helping traders who are afraid to "pull the trigger", automated trading can curb those who are apt to overtrade – buying and selling at every perceived opportunity.

Ability to Backtest. Backtesting applies trading rules to historical market data to determine the viability of the idea. When designing a system for automated trading, all rules need to be absolute, with no room for interpretation (the computer cannot make guesses – it has to be told exactly what to do). Traders can take these precise sets of rules and test them on historical data before risking money in live trading. Careful backtesting allows traders to evaluate and fine-tune a trading idea, and to determine the system's expectancy – the average amount that a trader can expect to win (or lose) per unit of risk. (We offer some tips on this process that can help refind your current trading strategies. For more, see Backtesting: Interpreting the Past.)

Preserve Discipline. Because the trade rules are established and trade execution is performed automatically, discipline is preserved even in volatile markets. Discipline is often lost due to emotional factors such as fear of taking a loss, or the desire to eke out a little more profit from a trade. Automated trading helps ensure that discipline is maintained because the trading plan will be followed exactly. In addition, pilot-error is minimized, and an order to buy 100 shares will not be incorrectly entered as an order to sell 1,000 shares.

Achieve Consistency. One of the biggest challenges in trading is to plan the trade and trade the plan. Even if a trading plan has the potential to be profitable, traders who ignore the rules are altering any expectancy the system would have had. There is no such thing as a trading plan that wins 100% of the time – losses are a part of the game. But losses can be psychologically traumatizing, so a trader who has two or three losing trades in a row might decide to skip the next trade. If this next trade would have been a winner, the trader has already destroyed any expectancy the system had. Automated trading systems allow traders to achieve consistency by trading the plan. (It's impossible to avoid disaster without trading rules. For more, see 10 Steps to Building a Winning Trading Plan.)

Improved Order Entry Speed. Since computers respond immediately to changing market conditions, automated systems are able to generate orders as soon as trade criteria are met. Getting in or out of a trade a few seconds earlier can make a big difference in the trade's outcome. As soon as a position is entered, all other orders are automatically generated, including protective stop losses and profit targets. Markets can move quickly, and it is demoralizing to have a trade reach the profit target or blow past a stop loss level – before the orders can even be entered. An automated trading system prevents this from happening.

Diversify Trading. Automated trading systems permit the user to trade multiple accounts or various strategies at one time. This has the potential to spread risk over various instruments while creating a hedge against losing positions. What would be incredibly challenging for a human to accomplish is efficiently executed by a computer in a matter of milliseconds. The computer is able to scan for trading opportunities across a range of markets, generate orders and monitor trades.

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Active trading is the act of buying and selling securities based on short-term movements to profit from the price movements on a short-term stock chart. The mentality associated with an active trading strategy differs from the long-term, buy-and-hold strategy. The buy-and-hold strategy employs a mentality that suggests that price movements over the long term will outweigh the price movements in the short term and, as such, short-term movements should be ignored. Active traders, on the other hand, believe that short-term movements and capturing the market trend are where the profits are made. There are various methods used to accomplish an active-trading strategy, each with appropriate market environments and risks inherent in the strategy. Here are four of the most common types of active trading and the built-in costs of each strategy.

1. Day Trading

Day trading is perhaps the most well known active-trading style. It's often considered a pseudonym for active trading itself. Day trading, as its name implies, is the method of buying and selling securities within the same day. Positions are closed out within the same day they are taken, and no position is held overnight. Traditionally, day trading is done by professional traders, such as specialists or market makers. However, electronic trading has opened up this practice to novice traders.

2. Position Trading

Some actually consider position trading to be a buy-and-hold strategy and not active trading. However, position trading, when done by an advanced trader, can be a form of active trading. Position trading uses longer term charts - anywhere from daily to monthly - in combination with other methods to determine the trend of the current market direction. This type of trade may last for several days to several weeks and sometimes longer, depending on the trend. Trend traders look for successive higher highs or lower highs to determine the trend of a security. By jumping on and riding the "wave," trend traders aim to benefit from both the up and downside of market movements. Trend traders look to determine the direction of the market, but they do not try to forecast any price levels. Typically, trend traders jump on the trend after it has established itself, and when the trend breaks, they usually exit the position. This means that in periods of high market volatility, trend trading is more difficult and its positions are generally reduced.

3. Swing Trading

When a trend breaks, swing traders typically get in the game. At the end of a trend, there is usually some price volatility as the new trend tries to establish itself. Swing traders buy or sell as that price volatility sets in. Swing trades are usually held for more than a day but for a shorter time than trend trades. Swing traders often create a set of trading rules based on technical or fundamental analysis; these trading rules or algorithms are designed to identify when to buy and sell a security. While a swing-trading algorithm does not have to be exact and predict the peak or valley of a price move, it does need a market that moves in one direction or another. A range-bound or sideways market is a risk for swing traders. (For more on swing trading, see our Introduction To Swing Trading.)

4. Scalping

Scalping is one of the quickest strategies employed by active traders. It includes exploiting various price gaps caused by bid/ask spreads and order flows. The strategy generally works by making the spread or buying at the bid price and selling at the ask price to receive the difference between the two price points. Scalpers attempt to hold their positions for a short period, thus decreasing the risk associated with the strategy. Additionally, a scalper does not try to exploit large moves or move high volumes; rather, they try to take advantage of small moves that occur frequently and move smaller volumes more often. Since the level of profits per trade is small, scalpers look for more liquid markets to increase the frequency of their trades. And unlike swing traders, scalpers like quiet markets that aren't prone to sudden price movements so they can potentially make the spread repeatedly on the same bid/ask prices.

Costs Inherent with Trading Strategies

There's a reason active trading strategies were once only employed by professional traders. Not only does having an in-house brokerage house reduce the costs associated with high-frequency trading, but it also ensures a better trade execution. Lower commissions and better execution are two elements that improve the profit potential of the strategies. Significant hardware and software purchases are required to successfully implement these strategies in addition to real-time market data. These costs make successfully implementing and profiting from active trading somewhat prohibitive for the individual trader, although not all together unachievable.

The Bottom Line

Active traders can employ one or many of the aforementioned strategies. However, before deciding on engaging in these strategies, the risks and costs associated with each one need to be explored and considered. (For related reading, also take a look at Risk Management Techniques For Active Traders.)

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Risk management is an essential but often overlooked prerequisite to successful active trading. After all, a trader who has generated substantial profits over his or her lifetime can lose it all in just one or two bad trades if proper risk management isn't employed. This article will discuss some simple strategies that can be used to protect your trading profits.

Planning Your Trades

As Chinese military general Sun Tzu's famously said: "Every battle is won before it is fought." The phrase implies that planning and strategy - not the battles - win wars. Similarly, successful traders commonly quote the phrase: "Plan the trade and trade the plan." Just like in war, planning ahead can often mean the difference between success and failure.

Stop-loss (S/L) and take-profit (T/P) points represent two key ways in which traders can plan ahead when trading. Successful traders know what price they are willing to pay and at what price they are willing to sell, and they measure the resulting returns against the probability of the stock hitting their goals. If the adjusted return is high enough, then they execute the trade.

Conversely, unsuccessful traders often enter a trade without having any idea of the points at which they will sell at a profit or a loss. Like gamblers on a lucky or unlucky streak, emotions begin to take over and dictate their trades. Losses often provoke people to hold on and hope to make their money back, while profits often entice traders to imprudently hold on for even more gains.

Stop-Loss and Take-Profit Points

A stop-loss point is the price at which a trader will sell a stock and take a loss on the trade. Often this happens when a trade does not pan out the way a trader hoped. The points are designed to prevent the "it will come back" mentality and limit losses before they escalate. For example, if a stock breaks below a key support level, traders often sell as soon as possible.

On the other side of the table, a take-profit point is the price at which a trader will sell a stock and take a profit on the trade. Often this is when additional upside is limited given the risks. For example, if a stock is approaching a key resistance level after a large move upward, traders may want to sell before a period of consolidation takes place.

How to Effectively Set Stop-Loss Points

Setting stop-loss and take-profit points is often done using technical analysis, but fundamental analysis can also play a key role in timing. For example, if a trader is holding a stock ahead of earnings as excitement builds, he or she may want to sell before the news hits the market if expectations have become too high, regardless of whether the take-profit price was hit.

Moving averages represent the most popular way to set these points, as they are easy to calculate and widely tracked by the market. Key moving averages include the five-, nine-, 20-, 50-, 100- and 200-day averages. These are best set by applying them to a stock's chart and determining whether the stock price has reacted to them in the past as either a support or resistance level.

Another great way to place stop-loss or take-profit levels is on support or resistance trendlines. These can be drawn by connecting previous highs or lows that occurred on significant, above-average volume. Just like moving averages, the key is determining levels at which the price reacts to the trendlines, and of course, with high volume.

When setting these points, here are some key considerations:

Use longer-term moving averages for more volatile stocks to reduce the chance that a meaningless price swing will trigger a stop-loss order to be executed. Adjust the moving averages to match target price ranges; for example, longer targets should use larger moving averages to reduce the number of signals generated.

Stop losses should not be closer than 1.5-times the current high-to-low range (volatility), as it is too likely to get executed without reason.

Adjust the stop loss according to the market's volatility; if the stock price isn't moving too much, then the stop-loss points can be tightened.

Use known fundamental events, such as earnings releases, as key time periods to be in or out of a trade as volatility and uncertainty can rise.

Calculating Expected Return

Setting stop-loss and take-profit points is also necessary to calculate expected return. The importance of this calculation cannot be overstated, as it forces traders to think through their trades and rationalize them. As well, it gives them a systematic way to compare various trades and select only the most profitable ones.

This can be calculated using the following formula:

[ (Probability of Gain) x (Take Profit % Gain) ] + [ (Probability of Loss) x (Stop Loss % Loss) ]

The result of this calculation is an expected return for the active trader, who will then measure it against other opportunities to determine which stocks to trade. The probability of gain or loss can be calculated by using historical breakouts and breakdowns from the support or resistance levels; or for experienced traders, by making an educated guess.

The Bottom Line

Traders should always know when they plan to enter or exit a trade before they execute. By using stop losses effectively, a trader can minimize not only losses, but also the number of times a trade is exited needlessly. Make your battle plan ahead of time so you'll already know you've won the war.

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Money management is one of the most important (and least understood) aspects of trading. Many traders, for instance, enter a trade without any kind of exit strategy and are therefore more likely to take premature profits or, worse, run losses. Traders need to understand what exits are available to them and know how to create an exit strategy that will help minimize losses and lock in profits.

Making an Exit

There are obviously only two ways you can get out of a trade: by taking a loss or by making a gain. When talking about exit strategies, we use the terms take-profit and stop-loss orders to refer to the kind of exit being made. Sometimes these terms are abbreviated as "T/P" and "S/L" by traders.

Stop-Loss (S/L)

Stop-losses, or stops, are orders you can place with your broker to sell equities automatically at a certain point, or price. When this point is reached, the stop-loss will immediately be converted into a market order to sell. These can be helpful in minimizing losses if the market moves quickly against you.

There are several rules that apply to all stop-loss orders:

Stop-losses are always set above the current asking price on a buy or below the current bid price on a sell. Nasdaq stop-losses become a market order once the stock is quoted at the stop-loss price. AMEX and NYSE stop-losses enable you to have rights to the next sale on the market when the price trades at the stop price. There are three types of stop-loss orders:

Good 'till canceled (GTC) - This type of order stands until an execution occurs or until you manually cancel the order.

Day order - The stop-loss expires after one trading day.

Trailing stop - This stop-loss follows at a set distance from the market price, but never moves downward.

Take-Profit (T/P) Take-profit, or limit orders are similar to stop-losses in that they are converted into market orders to sell when the point is reached. Moreover, take-profit points adhere to the same rules as stop-loss points in terms of execution in the NYSE, Nasdaq and AMEX exchanges.

There are, however, two differences:

There is no "trailing" point. (Otherwise, you would never be able to realize a profit!) The exit point must be set above the current market price, instead of below. Developing an Exit Strategy There are three things that must be considered when developing an exit strategy. The first question you should ask yourself is, "How long am I planning on being in this trade?" Secondly, "How much risk am I willing to take?" And finally, "Where do I want to get out?"

How Long Am I Planning to Be in This Trade?

The answer to this question depends on what type of trader you are. If you are in it for the long-term (for more than one month), then you should focus on the following:

Setting profit targets to be hit in several years, which will restrict your amount of trades Developing trailing stop-loss points that allow for profits to be locked in every so often in order to limit your downside potential. Remember, often the primary goal of long-term investors is to preserve capital Taking profit in increments over a period of time to reduce volatility while liquidating Allowing for volatility so that you keep your trades to a minimum Creating exit strategies based on fundamental factors geared towards the long term

If, however, you are in a trade for the short-term, you should concern yourself with these things:

Setting near-term profit targets that execute at opportune times to maximize profits. Here are some common execution points:

Pivot point levels.

Fibonacci/Gann levels.

Trend line breaks.

Any other technical points.

Developing solid stop-loss points that immediately get rid of holdings that don't perform.

Creating exit strategies based on technical or fundamental factors affecting the short-term.

How Much Risk Am I Willing to Take?

Risk is an important factor when investing. When determining your risk level, you are determining how much you can afford to lose. This will determine the length of your trade and the type of stop-loss you will use. Those who want less risk tend to set tighter stops; and those who assume more risk give more generous downward room.

Another important thing to do is to set your stop-loss points so that they are kept from being set off by normal market volatility . This can be done several ways. The beta indicator can give you a good idea of how volatile the stock is relative to the market in general. If this number is within zero and two, then you will be safe with a stop-loss point at around 10 to 20% lower than where you bought. However, if the stock has a beta upwards of three, you might want to consider setting a lower stop-loss, or finding an important level to rely on (such as a 52-week low, moving average, or other significant point).

Where Do I Want to Get Out?

Why, you may ask, would you want to set a take-profit point, where you sell when your stock is performing well? Well, many people become irrationally attached to their holdings and hold these equities when the underlying fundamentals of the trade have changed. On the flip side, traders sometimes worry and sell their holdings even when there has been no change in underlying fundamentals. Both of these situations can lead to losses and missed profit opportunities. Setting a point at which you will sell takes the emotion out of trading.

The exit point itself should be set at a critical price level. For long-term investors, this is often at a fundamental milestone - such as the company's yearly target. For short-term investors, this is often set at technical points, such as certain Fibonacci levels, pivot points or other such points.

Putting It into Action

Exit points are best entered immediately after the primary trade is placed. Traders can enter their exit points in one of two ways:

Most brokers' trading platforms have the functionality that allows for entering orders. Alternatively, many brokers allow you to call them to place entry points with them. There is one exception, however - many brokers do not support trailing-stops. As a result, you may have to recalculate and change your stop-loss at certain time intervals (for example, every week or month).

Those who do not have the functionality that allows for entering orders can use a different technique. Limit orders also execute at certain price levels. By putting in a limit order to sell the same amount of shares that you hold, you effectively place a stop-loss or take-profit point (because the two positions will cancel each other out).

The Bottom Line

Exit strategies and other money management techniques can greatly enhance your trading by eliminating emotion and reducing risk. Before you enter a trade, consider the three questions listed above and set a point at which you will sell for a loss, and a point at which you will sell for a gain.

What are The Power Of Dollar Cost / Program Trades?

Every day on Wall Street computers buy and sell large blocks of stock with nothing more than a couple programming rules and an algorithm to provide direction. These trades, called program trades, take place behind the scenes, oblivious to the chaos of the trading floor. However, savvy investors would be foolish to ignore a system that produces an average of 30% of the daily trading volume on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).

In this article we'll first define program trading and the rules that govern it, and then we'll describe how wise investors can track program-trading patterns to make smarter investments.

Computers Do The Work

In general terms, program trading is large-volume trading made by systems, usually automated, based on an underlying program or idea. However, there is more to program trading than this simple definition implies.

The NYSE defines program trading as a "wide range of portfolio-trading strategies involving the purchase or sale of 15 or more stocks having a total market value of $1 million or more".

The term "system trading" is frequently used interchangeably with program trading; however, this is not entirely accurate. System trading refers to a methodology that may produce program trading if done in sufficient volume. Conversely, certain program trades can be generated by a system-trading methodology. Program trading, for purposes here, refers only to the NYSE definition.

Program trades are almost always executed by computers, although there are instances when this isn't the case. For example, if Institution XYZ wants to sell a basket of 15 stocks totaling $2 million, it could simply split up the sale among several different brokers. Conversely, a big buy program on a single stock may go directly to a market maker or to a single broker who then splits it up into smaller units. As a practical matter, the NYSE is only interested in regulating the computer-generated program trades, and in particular those generated by large movements in the futures premium.

People Plan The Strategy

Contrary to popular belief, the underlying portfolio strategy behind a program buy or sell is often not computer-generated. The goals may be as disparate as portfolio balancing to broad asset allocations to sector allocations. They may be intraday strategies, short-term or long-term strategies.

The actual strategies, and the algorithms that generate program buys and sells, are proprietary to each player and are among the most closely guarded secrets on Wall Street.

Program Trading Is Everywhere

Importantly, much of program trading involves the futures markets as well as the cash market. The most simplistic and widely know of these strategies is index arbitrage. Index arbitrage is frequently used by institutions with very large and diverse stock portfolios under management. (For further reading see Futures Fundamentals and Trading the Odds with Arbitrage.)

Example - Index arbitrage

An institution buys futures when the premium is low, while it simultaneously sells a basket of stocks in a hedged trade to garner a few points of return over what a portfolio of S&P stocks would produce on its own.

The important point for the individual investor is that the futures market and the cash market are intimately intertwined. Moves in one market can trigger moves in the other. Every day, the S&P futures have a fair value based on a formula that includes, for example, days to expiration and the cost of carry for a commensurate basket of stocks.

There are certain levels of premium that will generate program trades, although it varies slightly among firms due to different costs of carry. Every day there are "buy execution levels" and "sell execution levels". The best (and only public) source of information for daily fair value and premium execution levels can be found at HL Camp & Company's Program Trading Research site. Additionally, the NYSE publishes program trading activity by member firms every week for the previous week at its website. This is interesting reading, but not particularly useful for real-time decisions.

Rules Rules Rules

During the 1980s and '90s, program trading was largely blamed for excessive volatility in the stock market, and was named as a culprit in some major crashes. As a result, the NYSE has imposed rules that define certain times when computer-generated program trading is restricted.

The actual rules can be found at the NYSE website, but the common reference is "curbs in".

Since the new rules were established, there have been very few disruptions directly attributed to program trading. Given the amount of liquidity that program trading contributes to the stock and futures markets, its effect is probably more beneficial than not, even during sharp corrections.

Making Program Trades Work For You It's important to remember that when one hears the expression "the market went up on heavy program buying" this does not mean that computers are indiscriminately buying every stock in the S&P 500. Programs weight certain stocks on the buy-side and while other programs weight the same stock on the sell-side. When a number of the big program-trading firms are weighting a particular stock in the same direction, let's say on the buy-side, you do not want to be on the opposite side of that trade. This is particularly true for Dow, OEX (S&P 100) and NDX (Nasdaq 100) stocks, which are widely held and actively traded by institutions. These are the most widely used stocks in program trading.

As mentioned earlier, the strategies and algorithms behind program buys and sells are secret. But for the individual trader or investor, the underlying objective of any individual firm is not overly important. What's key for the investor is knowing when these program buys or sells are converging consistently on an individual stock, or if programs are consistently heavier on the buy- or sell-side.

Example - Using program trades to your advantage

If one firm is consistently overweighting a stock, let\'s say General Electric (GE), in buy programs, the impact could be very short term and small. However, if five firms are overweighting GE in buy programs, the savvy trader would be buying GE too. Conversely, a savvy trader would not want to short GE if it is being heavily weighted in buy programs. (To learn more about this strategy, see our Short Selling Tutorial.)

Timing is Key

Program buying and selling has a tendency to happen at certain times of the day, sometimes called reversal times. Over time, these will become evident to the attentive observer by spikes in volume and wider price swings. Why is this important? Let's say you own a Dow stock and want to sell it, wouldn't it help you to do so during a buy program? (To learn more about timing, read Trading Is Timing.)


Program trades represent a large chunk of any given day's market activity and their impact on market movements is important. During the slower summer months program trades make up as much as 50% of market activity. Smart investors must watch for patterns and time their buying and selling to make sure they aren't caught on the wrong side of these large-volume computer-controlled trades.

A cryptocurrency (or crypto currency) is a medium of exchange using cryptography to secure the transactions and to control the creation of new units. Cryptocurrencies are a subset of alternative currencies, or specifically of digital currencies. Bitcoin became the first decentralized cryptocurrency in 2009. Since then, numerous cryptocurrencies have been created. These are frequently called altcoins, as contraction of bitcoin alternative.

Cryptocurrencies typically feature decentralized control (as opposed to a centralized electronic money system, such as PayPal) and a public ledger (such as bitcoin's block chain) which records transactions.

Cryptocurrency is produced by the entire cryptocurrency system collectively, at a rate which is defined when the system is created and publicly known. In centralized banking and economic systems such as the Federal Reserve System, corporate boards or governments control the supply of currency by printing units of fiat money or demanding additions to digital banking ledgers. However, companies or governments cannot produce units of cryptocurrency and as such, have not so far provided backing for other firms, banks or corporate entities which hold asset value measured in a decentralized cryptocurrency. The underlying technical system upon which all cryptocurrencies are now based was created by the group or individual known as Satoshi Nakamoto.
As of March 2015, hundreds of cryptocurrency specifications exist; most are similar to and derived from the first fully implemented decentralized cryptocurrency, bitcoin. Within cryptocurrency systems the safety, integrity and balance of ledgers is maintained by a community of mutually distrustful parties referred to as miners: members of the general public using their computers to help validate and timestamp transactions adding them to the ledger in accordance with a particular timestamping scheme.
The security of cryptocurrency ledgers is based on the assumption that the majority of miners are honestly trying to maintain the ledger.Most cryptocurrencies are designed to gradually decrease production of currency, placing an ultimate cap on the total amount of currency that will ever be in circulation. This can mimic the scarcity (and value) of precious metals and avoid hyperinflation. Compared with ordinary currencies held by financial institutions or kept as cash on hand, cryptocurrencies are less susceptible to seizure by law enforcement. Existing cryptocurrencies are all pseudo-anonymous, though additions such as Zerocoin and its distributed laundry feature have been suggested, which would allow for anonymity.
What is a trading Strategy?

A trading strategy is a set of logical rules that buy and sell a tradable asset. Typically, these logic rules are expressed in a form that a computer can understand therefore allowing the computer to test the rules using historical data. This process is called backtesting. The logical rules that make up a trading system can come in many forms, with a popular methodology based upon technical analysis.
In finance, technical analysis is a security analysis methodology for forecasting the direction of prices through the study of past market data, primarily price and volume. Behavioral economics and quantitative analysis use many of the same tools of technical analysis, which, being an aspect of active management, stands in contradiction to much of modern portfolio theory. The efficacy of both technical and fundamental analysis is disputed by the efficient-market hypothesis which states that stock market prices are essentially unpredictable




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Commission design for Affiliate's

Level 1 commission – 7%, 9%, 11%, 13% upto

Level 2 commission -- 5%

Level 3 commission -- 2%

Level 4 commission -- 2%

Level 5 commission -- 3%

Referal system Terms & conditions.

Member Guide:

Q.How can I earn money by referring?

A. You can make money by referring others to "Orelex Traing & Financial Services" by posting our advertisements to Facebook, Pinterest,Twitter, Google+, Other Social Media Sites,Classifieds sites, Message boards, Discussion forum.

Q.When will I get paid?

A. The referral commission will get credited into your account instantly, and you can place it on our withdrawal system at any point of time to get into your associated Bitcoin account Minimum balance required for payout is 10$

Q.How much can I earn?

A. You can earn without any limits, it depends solely on your efforts and how much you work to promote your link. Many of our top members are earning more than 500$ per day and 10,000$+ per month.

Q.Who is eligible:

A. All existing customers of Orelex Financial Services have the right to participate in the program "Invite a friend


Please note that we have a strong anti-cheat system, so do not bother sending fake traffic. You will get credited about it, but eventually you will not get paid and your account will get banned. Only send real people from real pages.

Note: Please note that if you have not logged in to your account for more than 25 days, all your earnings will be lost.

Company reserves the right to close the account in case of one of the following conditions:

  1. the referred client is a pre-existing client
  2. Account is already referred by a third party else.
  3. the recommended client is immediate family
  4. the account is recommended by the Administration.

Your consent to the usage of your data in electronic communications:

You gratis give Orelex (T&FS) the right to use your name and address in order to send messages to your "friends". You agree not to provide false names and addresses to the refer-a-friend program.

Limitation of Sponsor liabilities:

To the maximum extent permitted by law, neither "sponsor", nor any of its affiliates, directors, employees or other representatives will be liable for damages arising out of this program. This is a common limitation of liability for all damages of any kind, including (without limitation) compensatory, direct, indirect, or consequential damages; loss of data, income, profit; loss of or damage of property; and claims of third parties.

Entire Agreement:

These program rules represent the entire agreement between you and "sponsor" in relation to the refer-a-friend program.

Variants of program rules:

The rules of the program may be changed or modified by a "sponsor" in its sole discretion at any time. It is your responsibility to check from time to time this page to familiarize yourself with the changes.

Contract termination:

In the event, that any of the points of this program (the agreement) is invalid, it does not affect the validity of the entire agreement.

Special conditions:

Orelexfinancialservices.com, reserves the right to modify, suspend or terminate the program in its entirety at any time and for any reason, consider it null and void where it is prohibited by the law. This program and these terms and conditions are subjected to market ris, to applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations. All credited amount will be paid without taxes, you should pay all applicable taxes. If, in the opinion of Orelexfinancialservices.com, suspicions arise, or clear evidence of electronic or non-electronic distortion of any part of the program or credited amounts, or a computer virus, bugs, unauthorized intrusion, fraud, technical failures, intenability, the confirmation of any risk or damage, or the influence on the administration, integrity, security, accuracy, or proper conduct of the program are seen, Orelexfinancialservices.com reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to disqualify any individual involved in such illegal or damaging actions and to modify, suspend, or, to cancel the program. Any attempt by a participant or any other person, who intentionally harms any website or undermines the operation of the program, is a violation of criminal and civil laws and, in the event that such action is be performed, Orelexfinancialservices.com reserves the right to find the violations and take measures to punish such person to all extent of the law. Any attempt to find a person access to sites associated with the program through special fonts or intentionally attack or use any illegal actions will lead to the fact that IP address becomes invalid, in addition to any other measures applicable under the legislation. Use of automated, programmed, falsified or similar devices or programs to try to enter the program is prohibited and all such methods to enter are not allowed.


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Being Human

The Orelex Investors Charity Association ( RICA) was formed to promote awareness and the sharing of knowledge in investment related issues within the third sector. We hold regular group forums in UK and Samoa where charity and not-for-profit professionals can take part in topical, informative and lively debate.
RICA is led by a management committee that is represented by charity trustees, independent investment advisers, charity solicitors, fund managers and other charity professionals.

Our Mission statement

To help the most vulnerable within our communities who are experiencing poverty by providing goods and services which improve life chances, support independence, intervene at the point of crisis and prevent further hardship.

Each year we help over 1,000 local people who are experiencing poverty, hardship and crisis by providing basic items that most of us take for granted, such as a bed to sleep in, a cooker to prepare a hot meal or even food to eat! For every £10 donated we can raise £30 from charitable trusts that are available to help – all of the £30 goes to those in need.

There are more and more vulnerable people and children are coming to us for help and we hope to develop our services further to ensure that those in desperate need have someone to turn to.

Charity Links

Finding useful and relevant information in specific internet searches can be quite a difficult task, as there is so much out there competing for everyone’s attention. It’s no less different for those who are seeking information in the charity or non-profit sector. We aim to build a useful links page that covers selected topics which are charity related, and researched worthwhile links that focus on a particular aspect of the charity world.

We welcome suggestions for links to add.

Charitable Trust

Providing Financial Support to Charitable Work World Wide

The Orelex Investors Charity Association was set up in 2010 with the stated objective of "the furtherance of any charitable purposes advanced within any of the Bailiwicks of Guernsey and Jersey or the Isle of Man." The Trustees aim to support charitable work that does not get mainstream support or funding, where modest amounts of financial support can make a significant difference to the beneficiary.

Important Information

Investment means that your capital is at risk and the value of investments can fall, therefore you may get back less than you invested.Past performance is no guide to future performance. There is no guarantee that the tax efficient nature of any investment will remain.

Global Reach

World Wide Representatives

Our World Wide Representative

Our world wide representative are carefully selected and bring along many years of expertise and business prowess combined with personal experiences. Our consultants offer both global and continental expertise and experiences. Orelex (T&FS) actually, it offers a huge potential for progress. As we are experts team, we support you in thinking outside the box and present you the Orelex Trades management model to make companies into a mosiac of talents that collectively work towards forward thinking objectives.

For companies to work together towards a common goal, they pool together the personal and collective talents, experiences and backgrounds of its valuable associates. They are, therefore, an interlocking and interdependent union of individuals. This so-called "Interconnectedness" is one of the two pillars in Orelex Trades management Team.


A leader by definition is someone who “sets an example” for others to follow. Orelex Systematic Investment Business Program has been blessed with strong leaders – both in the field and in its home office – who’ve set the bar high for those who follow.

Each leader brings a wide array of experiences and knowledge to the organization. We understand that the company’s good fortunes are tied to the achievements of our associates and the clients they serve. We are dedicated to ensuring everyone succeeds.

Our commitment

Unlocking the global trading market for you, by bringing together transformational thought leaders, highly qualified and smart talents and brand new business opportunities from around the globe. We bring new modern edge of trading technology and businesses together in exclusive settings in the best business hubs across the continent. Come follow us to win the world class expertise!!

Our passion

Our modern edge of trading technology,business mindset and our knowledge of global business needs enables us to effectively combine business, leadership, innovation, new markets and much, much more, with a great deal of fun inherent in the uniquely premium way of living and doing business in an unexampled way that makes us stand out in the market.

Our target audience – we bring modern edge of trading technology and businesses together.

Our services are available to local and international Each & Unique Individual Entrepreneur who ready to unlock and be part of Global’s growing markets. These includes

  1. Companies and organisations looking for local financial stability
  2. Individuals and communities looking for ideal Financial partner
  3. University graduates seeking for global challenges for their Economical growth.
  4. Fearlessly ambitious women ready to move from ordinary to becoming extraordinary
  5. Investor looking out for excellent investment opportunities

World Wide Representatives
Country Username Name E-mail Language Skype Phone
Japan konanruri shigeru kubota [email protected]   zebra55konan 819035468895
Italy wasaby Alessandro [email protected]   aobolli 393348551880
Italy epalozzo72 ENRICO PALOZZO [email protected]   enricopalozzo 393495130813
USA ggstorms George Stevens [email protected]      
France erutneva Bruno LOVISONE [email protected]   Facebook - bruno lovisone N.A.
Germany tdeDude Chris Cross N.A.   ChrisCrossCJ N.A.
Barbados BITBOND74 Larry Boyce [email protected]   bgilarry74 12462590064
Russian Federation Oviak Oleg [email protected]   Oviak561643 89164037537
Russian Federation pilot2014 ANDREY [email protected]   lavaeroport 79055487888
Russian Federation Versalsky Konstantin [email protected]   Versalsky 79385103684
Georgia mikiashvili aleksandre mikiashvili [email protected]   aleqs12 995514002090
Indonesia sixtyninerz tdomi Soebarkah [email protected]   [email protected] 81350019969
Indonesia investbintan supriyanto [email protected]   investbintan 81350019969
Indonesia MRBEAN BEANJIRAN SILITONGA [email protected]   bean.jiran 6281372702114
Indonesia dwisuratno Dwi Suratno [email protected]   Dwi Suratno 6285692379699
Indonesia masterindo firdaus fi[email protected]   facebook.com/firdausid999 85362337999
Indonesia idang01 idang [email protected]   idanka kopassus 85227265445
Indonesia abidhamma Welly Tunggala [email protected]   abidhamma 6281248894003
Indonesia btc1indo Garintz Bagaskaa [email protected]   garint,sudibyo 6283196356975

What are the responsibilities of the regional representative?

consulting clients on the services of the company; attracting new customers to the company; holding regional advertising campaigns; organizing training seminars (optional).

Interested in becoming a BITC1 regional representative? You should to provide next information:

Just send us a request at [email protected], and we will contact you within few days to discuss the opportunity of our further cooperation.

Thank you for staying with us, BITC1 will be greatest opportunity in the industry.