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Rules Based Trading
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Manual or automated trading
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EnigmaSignal Quant Trader™ is a quantitative trading system. EnigmaSignal contains multiple trading strategies based on quantitative analysis. These strategies use complex mathematical computations and number crunching to identify trading opportunities. EnigmaSignal looks for high-probability trading opportunities and compares them to criteria you choose, including: risk/reward, account size, market volatility, time of the day and more.

EnigmaSignal is a rules-based based trading system. A trading rule is different to a guideline. Think of trading rules as being like a road. A rule is like a guardrail that is there to stop you from going off in completely the wrong direction, which would be disastrous. A guideline is the centre of the road usually marked with just paint. It is there only to provide you with a sense of direction. You can choose to travel on either side of the line or to even cross the line.

EnigmaSignal can act as both guidelines and rules. In manual mode, you use EnigmaSignal to design trades and show you opportunities to trade, but nothing forces you to trade in that way. You are completely in control. When in semi-automatic mode EnignaSignal will follow the white line for you, but you can take full control whenever you wish. Think of it as being a bit like a Tesla in self-drive mode. When in fully-automatic mode, EnigmaSignal will trade exactly as you tell it to. It will enter trades for you under your conditions and then run them as you tell it to. All you have to do is set the trading conditions.

All professional traders and investors use rules. The rule-based trader simply travels on a narrower path than a discretionary trader might. Discretionary traders have rules about size, risk, and other things that are meant to keep them from driving off the road. Their guidelines may include things like ‘don’t chase a trade’ and to ‘stick to the trend’. Trading without rule is a crazy thing to do. Trading is a risky business. Rules increase the chances of success. Sticking to rules increases your chances of success even more.

Pretty much everyone knows that the use of rules in trading is beneficial. The challenge is often following your rules consistently.

All traders want consistent results. But they rarely do the same thing consistently. There are many reasons for this. Maybe you step away from the screen for a few minutes, and you come back to a missed trade. Maybe you think “this time is different” and widen a stop when you know you shouldn’t. Often a lack of consistency is down to a lack of confidence in the rules a trader has selected. Having confidence in your rules is a very important component to achieving more consistent results. EnigmaSignal traders can see, via backtesting and live operation that the rules are consistent and are applied consistently.

The strategies that EnigmaSignal offers combine the benefits of trend following, the benefit of high-probability reversals and the benefits of rules. Make no mistake, there are still downsides to our style of trading. You should know about these from the very beginning. The first downside is that the learning curve is longer. It will take you several hours to learn the basics and more to become proficient. But ask yourself this simple question. Do you consider trading a simple and easy thing to do? If you answered yes, then think again.

Trading is a tough business, and EnigmaSignal could be the edge you need to succeed. It will take you some time to master, but it is worth it. Don’t believe companies that tell you they have a trading solution that takes you 10 minutes to learn and it works. Think of it like this. If you went to a financial advisor who told you they learned how to offer advice in a 15-minute course, would you want that advisor? Probably not. That is why we tell everyone up-front, EnigmaSignal is not a 15-minute learning process. But once learned, setting up for the next days trading certainly can be.