Introduced in Chapter 8, TPS (Time, Price, Scale-in) is a proprietary strategy of Connors Research. TPS was initially revealed in part to members of Chairman's Club in late 2008 and in early 2009 TPS was discussed as part of the ETF Seminar. We believe this to be one of the strategies with the highest probability of accuracy while offering the greatest flexibility for traders.
The High Probability ETF TPS Trading course will expand on the strategies in High Probability ETF Trading so that you can see the benefits of making TPS the core of your trading portfolio.
• 1-2-3-4 or 2-3-5?: These are just two of the many examples of the core of the TPS strategy representing the percentage that you are looking to scale in to the position.
• Reversion to the Mean: Shown to be successful in trading ETFs, we look for ETFs that are likely either oversold or overbought and due for a correction. Reversion to the mean also explains why country-based ETFs are preferred over equity, currency and bond related ETFs.
• Insurance for your TPS Positions: Full or partial, entering a trade knowing the risk you are taking on is beneficial for traders at every level.
• 4 Strategies for ETF Options: This portion will include strategies for credit spreads and ratio spreads, rolling SPYs, RSI 30-70 for ETFs, covered calls on Ultra-ETFs.
• Money Management Techniques: By dividing your portfolio into distinct businesses or styles of trading, along with maintaining a cash reserve, ensures that you will be able to take opportunities as thev present themselves.
• Build your ETF Portfolio: Maintaining a balanced portfolio enables you to trade ETFs not only on the long and short side, but also includes leveraged and inverse ETFs while minimizing your risk exposure.
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