Enviable Trading Track Record – AIQ client David Wozniak

Long-time AIQ client and Money Manager David Wozniak has an enviable track record – Recent Trades Speak for Themselves.

His service includes:

***Actionable alerts to your cell phone ***

It’s not hard to come across stock alerts or picks, from newsletters to talking heads on television to alerting systems. Unfortunately, most of the time these services are no better than guesswork. But what if you could get solid, practical alerts about when to buy and sell stocks?

Wouldn’t it be better to get buy and sell signals and the insights that generated them, from someone who is not just trying to market their way of life?

*** That’s where TFR comes in ***

As a TFR subscriber, you will get all the details you need to enter and manage your trades. Furthermore, the underlying research for the alerts is done by an experienced CMT who has managed money for over 30 years.

TFR is Trading Floor Research and was founded by David J Wozniak. He is a Certified Market Technician (CMT) and Chief Market Strategist at TFR.

*** High Probability Trading Setups ***

You’ll always be on top of the markets with TFR’s twice-weekly e-mail newsletter! You’ll receive the latest industry group, individual stock, ETF buy signals, and research reports that will guide you on entry points, high-likelihood sell targets, and stop-loss numbers.

And with text alerts to confirm buys and notify you when stocks hit their sell targets, you’ll never miss a chance to capitalize on a great opportunity!

“Thanks to David and Trading Floor Research (TFR), I was able to make two profitable trades on GO and LABU – each one netting me a 16% return. The text messages were prompt and enabled me to act quickly!”

*** Take the Emotion Out of Your Trading Process ***

Maximize your likelihood of success while minimizing stress. Let Trading Floor Research provide you with unique stock trades and show how to allocate your investments accordingly. TFR will take you step by step from the start to the end of the trade.

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How to make a multi-indicator entry with exit strategy

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How to make a multi-indicator entry with exit strategy – 

February 21, 2024 5pm eastern

An hour-long session with Steve Hill, CEO of AIQ Systems. In this session, Steve will use the AIQ Expert Design Studio to create a multi-indicator entry strategy and incorporate an indicator and other exit strategies during backtesting.

Market Timing Update January 22, 2024

In this video I’ve covered the last 6 months of up and down Market ratings generated by the Artificial Intelligence system in our TradingExpert Pro analysis platform. #marketanalysis #markettiming #dowjones #ai #AIQsystems.


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๐Ÿ”„ 200 Screening Reports: Access one and two-page reports highlighting trading candidates automatically generated each day.

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Market Timing Signals June to October 2023

In this update, weโ€™ll take a look at the current AI signals on the Dow Jones. For folks less familiar with our AI engine hereโ€™s a recap of what we do.

TradingExpert Pro uses two AI knowledge bases, one specifically designed to issue market timing signals and the other designed to give stock timing signals.

Each contains approximately 400 rules, but only a few โ€œfireโ€ on any given day.  In the language of expert systems, those rules that are found to be valid on a particular day are described as having โ€œfiredโ€.  

Rules can fire in opposite directions.  When this happens, the bullish and bearish rules fight it out.  Itโ€™s only when bullish rules dominate that the Expert Rating signal is bullish, or when bearish rules dominate that the Expert Rating signal is bearish.

The Expert Rating consists of two values. 

The upside rating is the value on the left and the downside rating is on the right.ย  Expert Ratings are based on a scale of 0 to 100.ย  An Expert Rating of 95 to 100 is a strong signal that the Stock or market may change direction.ย ย 

An Expert Rating below 90 is considered meaningless.ย  A low rating means that there is not enough consistency in the rules that are fired to translate to a signal.ย  The expert system has insufficient evidence to warrant a change from the last strong signal.

The Expert Desogn Studio file mentioned in this video is available to download here

Heiken Ashi Coming to AIQ

Coming this fall there will be some new features coming to AIQ, one feature is the Heiken-Ashi chart. Heikin-Ashi, which means “average bar” in Japanese, is a charting technique used to help traders identify and analyze market trends. It is particularly useful for making candlestick charts more readable and for providing clearer signals regarding market trends. Here are some key points and takeaways about Heikin-Ashi charts:

  1. Signal Interpretation:
    • Heikin-Ashi charts provide traders with specific signals to identify market trends. The five primary signals used in Heikin-Ashi charts are:
    • Doji Candle: This signal suggests market indecision.
    • Bullish Candle: Indicates a potential uptrend.
    • Bearish Candle: Suggests a potential downtrend.
    • Heikin-Ashi Bullish Continuation: Signals the continuation of an existing uptrend.
    • Heikin-Ashi Bearish Continuation: Signals the continuation of an existing downtrend.
  2. Trend Identification:
    • Heikin-Ashi charts are particularly useful for identifying trends and trend reversals.
    • Traders can use these charts to stay in trades as long as a trend persists and exit when the trend pauses or reverses.
  3. Calculation Method:
    • Heikin-Ashi candles are calculated differently from traditional candlesticks. They are based on the average price values of the open, high, low, and close prices for each period.
    • The formula for calculating Heikin-Ashi candles involves smoothing the price data to create a more consistent representation of price movement.

In summary, Heikin-Ashi charts are a valuable tool for traders to analyze trends and make trading decisions. They are especially effective for traders who prefer a smoother representation of price action and want clearer signals for trend identification. By understanding and correctly interpreting Heikin-Ashi charts, traders can improve their ability to predict market trends and make informed trading choices.

Here’s a comparison of the chart of NVDA. The first chart is a regular candlestick. The second chart is a Heiken-Ashi for NVDA for the same period. Note how the trends are far clearer in the Heiken-Ashi chart.

Here's a comparison of the chart of NVDA. The first chart is a regular candlestick.

NVDA regular candlestick chart through 10/16/23

The second chart is a Heiken-Ashi for NVDA for the same period. Note how the trends are far clearer in the Heiken-Ashi chart.

NVDA Heiken-Ashi chart, note how the trends are far clearer.

Heikin-Ashi charts exhibit several differences compared to traditional candlestick charts, as highlighted below:

  1. Smoother Look:
    • Heikin-Ashi charts have a smoother appearance because they are derived from an average of price movements over time. This averaging process reduces the noise and volatility seen in regular candlestick charts.
  2. Color Consistency:
    • In Heikin-Ashi charts, there is a tendency for the candles to remain predominantly red during downtrends and green during uptrends. This is because Heikin-Ashi candles take into account the average price movement, making them more consistent in color. In contrast, traditional candlesticks may alternate colors even when the price is dominantly moving in one direction.
  3. Price Scale Variation:
    • In a regular candlestick chart, the current price displayed corresponds to the actual market price of the asset, and it usually matches the closing price of the candlestick (or the current price if the bar hasn’t closed yet).
    • With Heikin-Ashi, the current price on the candle may not necessarily match the real-time market trading price. This is because Heikin-Ashi uses an average calculation that can lag behind the actual market price.
    • To address this discrepancy, AIQ shows only the actual open high low, and close in the control panel of a chart for Heiken Ashi rather than the Heiken Ashi value.

These differences make Heikin-Ashi charts a valuable tool for traders who prefer a more visually consistent representation of price trends and are willing to accept a slight lag in price information in exchange for smoother and clearer signals. Traditional candlestick charts, on the other hand, provide more immediate and precise price information but can be noisier and less consistent in appearance. The choice between the two chart types depends on a trader’s preferences and trading strategy.