London time: 16:0:2 on 19/3/2018

Latest hourly triggers, if any: 

TRADE bt NOW with limit of 1.14999999999999
TRADE centrica NOW with limit of 1.8
TRADE itv NOW with limit of 1.295
TRADE kingfisher NOW with limit of 2
TRADE mands NOW with limit of 1.40000000000001
TRADE morrison NOW with limit of 1.325
TRADE rbs NOW with limit of 1
TRADE royalmail NOW with limit of 3.70000000000005

(end of latest triggers)




The rules I use for applying those 'triggers'...

  • I trade using 'financial spread betting', trading with a guaranteed stop loss;

  • I buy with a guaranteed stop loss of 60 points below the buy price.

  • I pool risk and speed up the process by opening as many as possible, but the sum total of the guaranteed stop distance of all open trades ought really to stay under 30% of my treasury, and without a doubt I do not ever let it go above 50%.

  • In the event that my entire pool suddenly or slowly grinds to stops and I lose them all, I cease trading for 12 months and treat the loss as a signal of either a crash or a very bad downturn to avoid.

  • author: Claro K Si

    Warning: this is not trading advice; the predictions given are the opinions of the author; the risky burden of attempting to copy those trades but failing due to erroneous behaviour is entirely on your shoulders; be aware that if you trade on financial markets, for example using financial spread betting tools, prices go both ways, losses can be heavy, particularly if you do not pay attention to what you're doing and fail to completely understand the platform and its characteristics properly; seek professional advice if you are a beginner looking to learn how to use such tools; also be aware that a very high percentage of users of such sites are alleged to lose in the longterm; also note that this distribution of success reflects to some extent the broader reality of the financial markets, particularly across a 'long' period of time such as one or two decades.