As trading in the stock exchanges involves high risk, professional traders use trading strategies they develop to trade and invest the markets
A trading strategy is a fixed plan that is designed to achieve a profitable return by buying and selling market’s instruments. By using these strategies properly a trader can cope with the psychology of trading, verifiability, quantifiability, consistency, and objectivity.
For every trading strategy a trader needs to define assets to trade, stop loss/take profit points and money management rules. Bad money management can make a potentially profitable strategy unprofitable.
Trading strategies are based on fundamental analysis, technical analysis and many more aspects, like:data mining, news and social market data . They are usually verified by backtesting, where the process should follow the scientific method, and by forward testing (a.k.a. ‘paper trading’) where they are tested in a simulated trading environment.
At Finame, only our head of trading is in charge of our trading strategies and trading.
Exclusively for our traders we suggest the following strategies managed by our head of trading:
- PAMM 1 Dynamic Strategy
- PAMM 2 Dynamic Strategy boosted
- PAMM 3 Opus strategy
- PAMM 4 Opus strategy boosted
- PAMM 5 Opus strategy ultimate
- Opus strategies cap according to structure allocation 60/30/10 for PAMM 3,4,5.
A detailed explanation will be handed over before signing to each strategy.