Tiger Signal

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  • Intraday Signal
  • ES MINI S&P 500
  • Avg ES Point Profit / Week: 7.5
  • *Profit / Month / 2 Contract: $3000
  • Risk / Month / 2 Contracts: $1500
  • Stop Loss Points: 3-4
  • Points / Week Needed to Break Even: 1.25
  • Signals / Week : 5
  • Risk Reward Ratio: 3:6
  • Success Ratio : 50%
  • Break Even Success Ratio: 33%
  • Minimum Contracts Traded: 2
  • Units / Week / Contract: 2.5
  • Signal Price / Month : $499

Description

The Tiger Trading Strategy, is our only trend following strategy. The strategy uses a 1 to 2 risk reward ratio. These entry points give us a historically significant edge of being correct around 50% of the time. The skewed risk reward allows us to be highly profitable with this strategy. On average Tiger gives 1 to 2 entry levels per day. The Tiger signal has yielded on average 2.5 net positive units per week historically.

Signal Price: $499/Month

5 Signals / Week
Profit / Month: $3000*

**We are absolutely positive that you will love trading the Tiger Signal, but, if for some reason you do not want to continue with the signal, just email us within 48 hours of purchase for a full refund – No questions asked!

Comments

  1. Sorry I haven’t been accurate enough, I meant on the historical drawdown of your strategy as you did this system, two contracts of my brokers have the value of $100. Thank you

    1. Author

      Hi, I would recommend to have $2500 – $3000 per contract to be safe.

  2. Hi, I wanted to ask you what is the minimum capital to start with the Tiger. Thank you

    1. Author

      Hello,

      We cannot recommend to you how much minimum capital you need to trade. You must check with your broker what are the capital requirements for trading contracts. If you are only trading Tiger, then you can trade 1 contract (i.e. not 2 contracts minimum) Usually most trades are intraday.

      Please don’t hesitate to ask any further questions.

  3. Hi

    You say Tiger is a 1:1 R/R, and averages 2.5 units or 3,750 on 10 lots.
    Therefore it has a target of 6 points and a stop of 3. Is that correct.

    Mike

    1. Author

      Hello,
      No, Tiger is 1:2 R/R, but I think you understood that from the fact that you wrote 3:6
      Tiger: Avg 7.5 pts profit per week, but since its 1:2 risk:reward strategy to maintain proper money management you’ll trade at least 2 contracts each trade: So that’s 7.5pts*2contracts*$50 = $750 profit per 2 contracts traded per week ($3750 per week for 10 contracts traded)
      Tiger is 3-4 pts stop loss
      The cost of Tiger is $499, so our break even point on this strategy is averaging 1.25 pts per week in order for the signal to pay for itself.

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