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AUTOPILOT • Is a trading methodology. • Trades Forex, Futures, Stocks, Options, Funds, Indexes. • Is generic, simple, predictive, accurate, sensitive.
• Autopilot is 90 % systematic , 10% discretionary. • A system cannot replace the human brain, when dealing with complexity. • Autopilot includes a psychology course and sophisticated monitoring. • Autopilot incorporates the latest research on Chaos theory. • Fundamental and technical analysis have difficulties dealing with the complexity/randomness of price moves. Behavioral finance & chaos-based models are at the forefront of financial modeling.
Features • Timing, direction, amplitude, position size. • Built-in trend & range detector. • High risk-reward ratio through trade positioning. Markets • Forex spot-trading (long term, position, scalping) • Futures day-trading • Stocks and stock indexes day-trading • Hedging (currency hedge, market hedge) • Option plays (long and short premium)
AUTOPILOT Indicators The Price (red line). The Envelope (yellow line). The Trend (green line). The Momentum (purple + blue/red). The Accelerator (purple + blue/red).
AUTOPILOT Trading Logic • The five interactive indicators work by consensus. • They are monitored on three timeframes, for referencing, trading and filtering purposes. • A long (short) trade is entered into when the red line crosses above below) both yellow and green lines, and exited when the red line crosses one of the other lines in the opposite direction. • The Momentum and the Accelerator will change bias and sign at specific moments and provide reliable entries and exits for aggressive, balanced or conservative trading styles.
The Autopilot classic trade
A Forex trade
Another Forex Trade
A Future Trade
A Stock Trade
A Fund Trade
Money management • Autopilot directional methodology provides the trader with a high expectancy. • Autopilot also has a built-in, time proven, money management model. • The model determines the optimal trading size and ultimately the net profit & return. • The model monitors both quality and quantity of trading performance. • All Autopilot components focus on risk control.
Trading styles Three categories : long term, position and day-trading/scalping. Long term signals monthly, weekly, daily and 300 mn charts. (advisory service, outlook, options, futures, spot & forward positions , portfolios hedges). Position signals hours or days. (forex). Day-trading/ scalping signals (Stocks, stock indexes, futures, forex).
Case studies • AUTOPILOT is usually licensed on a time/territorial basis. • The license fee may be fixed or variable or both. • AUTOPILOT is currently in use in several countries and in a variety of setups including proprietary trading groups, forex funds, managed accounts, advisories, private traders, and banks. • Most operators trade during a single shift day time in their time zone, some trade an extended shift (14– 16 hours) and plan to extend their hours to 24/5.
Logistics • AUTOPILOT indicators are compatible with Trade. Station. • AUTOPILOT can supply “ready to use” trading stations equipped with 4, 8 or 12 screens. • Another upcoming feature of AUTOPILOT is its simulator. This simulator will replay the market action at variable speed, letting the training trader interpret AUTOPILOT signals on synchronized scrolling screens as they would happen in reality, and enter his orders on that basis.
Average Price move distribution Per trading month large moves (above 100 pips) 5 days intermediate moves (50 to 100 pips) 5 days small moves (< 50 pips) 5 days noise/losses (< 25 pips) 5 days
A recent example Autopilot 60 mn signals on USDCHF during February 2005. 11 long signals good for a total of 560 pips 12 short signals good for a total of 770 pips total 23 trades good for a total of 1, 330 pips 5 trades were larger than 100 pips 6 trades were between 50 and 100 pips 12 trades were between 10 and 50 pips There were also countless scalp trades, both longs and shorts and some powerful long term signals.
The Autopilot trader’s station