Trading Strategies don't have to be complicated.
Now you can use the same trading strategies used by the world's best hedge funds.
All you need is a plain old regular brokerage account,
and 15 minutes.
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Are you a human? That's good. Usually.
(Except when it's not.)
The problem with most humans is that we are too... well, human.
Humans let emotions control their actions. That's a good thing, most of the time. But it can be disastrous when investing.
When it comes to investing, humans do exactly the wrong thing at exactly the wrong time.
They act out of fear.
Or they act out of greed.
Trading Strategies solve that problem. A trading strategy is a set of rules that tell you when to buy, and when to sell.
When combined with computer software that actually places trades in your brokerage account for you, trading strategies conquer your humanity. (Again, that's a good thing. Really.)
How does it work?
ItPost is a "marketplace" for trading strategies. Once you sign up for a free account, you can "shop" for trading systems that meet your criteria. Then with the click of a button, or two, you'll be able to "turn on" those trading strategies inside your regular brokerage account. Trades will be performed automatically. You'll have complete visibility into what's being traded, and when -- and you'll be able to "pull the plug" at any time if you don't like what you see.
Hundreds of trading strategies
The trading systems available on ItPost are designed by traders, software programmers, and finance professionals around the world. Rather than working for a hedge fund or quant shop, these developers sell their trading strategies independently on ItPost. (Or they moonlight at ItPost.)
How can I trust the results?
Some of the results on ItPost seem surprisingly good. (To be fair, some are surprisingly bad, too!) While all the "Model Account" track records on ItPost are hypothetical, they share one important characteristic: they are "forward out-of-sample" results. This means that trades you see on the web site were "called" by the strategy manager as they happened. In other words, strategy managers do not say to us, "We would have bought Apple Computer back in 2001. Trust us." No. We don't trust anyone. (Neither should you.) Instead, we record when a strategy manager actually decides to buy or sell. We also record the any trades that are placed in customer brokerage accounts as a result of following a strategy.
How much money will I make?
If you ask this, ItPost is probably not right for you. Remember that trading is risky. You may lose money, as well as make it. We do not guarantee that the strategies you choose will perform well. If you use ItPost, you should only trade with "risk capital" -- that is, capital you can afford to lose. Sound fair?