TrendSignal

Porks

Active member
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re: Trendsignal like setup for Ensign

Thanks for your input guys.

I'll assume that since the trendsignal guys haven't asked me to remove the post, they're not bothered. However if in the furture they request it be removed, I will oblige them.

I get the feeling that this is a minor project which is a short-term sideline to their main business of trading.


Best of luck to them,

Porks
 

seancass

Well-known member
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Trendsignal

I am interested, before purchasing Trendsignal, to hear from others who have purchased the product with their thoughts on its performance. It isn't inexpensive but worth the money if it does what it was built to do. I know currently of one member who is very impressed by the system and is profitable consistently. As I say, I am interested in the views of those who have actually purchased the product. Thanks.

Sean
 

seancass

Well-known member
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Tony,

Yes, there are many posts which mention trendsignal, but from memory I cannot think of many where members have actually purchased and used the software, apart from the member with whom I am in touch by PM. I remember too that I was reading about trendsignal in one of the threads when it evolved into a discussion on horse race spreadbetting systems. It's really the first-hand accounts of using trendsignal and members' personal appraisals of the product having used it that I'm after.

Sean
 

TheBramble

Legendary member
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Fair comment Sean. The (few) posts I've looked at on the topic are none too confirmatory or otherwise.
 

TWI

Senior member
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One of the Traders in my office purchased trendsignal a few months ago. He trades indices and purchased it in order to help him stay in a trade for longer because previously he believed he was exiting too early. He still has it running on one of his screens so I can only assume it is helping him.
It seems to me from browsing their manual that Trendsignal is not a clearly defined buy here, sell there type system and requires certain interpretation by the user. I think, as a result, it is likely to be a better aid than some of the others commercial systems out there. Should probably be treated rather like a good indicator as an aid to your trading not as the be all and end all . In the documentation it certainly does not guarantee you riches and indeed will not help without a good portion of your own input.
 

seancass

Well-known member
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Hi TWalker,

That appears to be a very fair assessment from everything I have read thus far. Quite clearly it is a system that identifies opportunity but does not specifically show definitive entry and exit points. Nevertheless, I know these guys in Milton Keynes and they are very fervent and serious traders who appear to have developed a system that is producing an edge.

It was compared to another system by Porks earlier in this thread but the name of the system was removed from the thread and I cannot remember the name of it, if indeed I saw it. Maybe someone could PM me if they recall the name fo that system.

Sean
 

ColinRiche

Well-known member
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notmeee said:
Anyone know how to simulate an approximation to Trend Signal chart results and how is it done
why bother when you can use the trading room with live charts

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notmeee

Newbie
7 0
ColinRiche said:
why bother when you can use the trading room with live charts

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I am in a catch 22 situation If I buy the software I don't much money left to trade, nearly £4000 including VAT If I don't buy the software I will probably lose it anyway.
Dilema !!
I thought someone might have a good idea of what would be required to simulate it, NOT copy it. If it is a similar to a mixture of standard TA functions I see no real harm. I really am a true novice not having traded yet but constantly learning whatever I can.
 

Bigbusiness

Experienced member
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notmee,

If you have a good search through TTW, there have been a few people giving details of how to 'simulate' Trend Signal. I am not convinced that spending £4,000 will help you become a profitable trader. Trend Signal just gives you signals. Trading them is the hard part. I prefer to use my own methods.
 

adrianbuthee

Junior member
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Hi Notmee,

I just thought I would have a quick look at this message board since I work at Trendsignal and can confirm there is nothing like Trendsignal out there because it is a mix of well known TA and our own proprietary systems, hence cannot really be replicated.

In terms of not paying the £4k, there is another version that is the "End of Day", which is less money, but you do not get the intraday functions. Take a look on www.trendsignal.co.uk for further details.

If you are interested in seeing it in action, then you can either come to our offices for a free live seminar/demonstration or you can view it on day-trader.tv on a 7 day trial. Take a look on www.day-trader.tv for further details.

An alternative to making the software purchase is making a subscription to Day-trader, which is a live webcast to our trading room, where our traders are online, talking people through trades, as an educational tool, highlighting entry and exit levels and helping people to manage trades. Subscribers can view the real time charts, hear and read commentary, and post any questions they like. Like I said, the emphasis here is on education and how to trade like professional traders.

Adrian
 

notmeee

Newbie
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Thanks for that adrianbuthee I am sure you can see my dilema. I am keen to trade albeit on a small scale but I realise I cannot eat my cake first and still have it ie buy Trendsignal and still have a trading fund most of all I need the confidence and a tool like Trend signal will give me that I hope..
I will take your advice and contact your company of which the contributers to these pages speak very highly with a view to visiting you in Cranfield. I live locally in Bedford so its just up the road. Thanks again


adrianbuthee said:
Hi Notmee,

I just thought I would have a quick look at this message board since I work at Trendsignal and can confirm there is nothing like Trendsignal out there because it is a mix of well known TA and our own proprietary systems, hence cannot really be replicated.

In terms of not paying the £4k, there is another version that is the "End of Day", which is less money, but you do not get the intraday functions. Take a look on www.trendsignal.co.uk for further details.

If you are interested in seeing it in action, then you can either come to our offices for a free live seminar/demonstration or you can view it on day-trader.tv on a 7 day trial. Take a look on www.day-trader.tv for further details.

An alternative to making the software purchase is making a subscription to Day-trader, which is a live webcast to our trading room, where our traders are online, talking people through trades, as an educational tool, highlighting entry and exit levels and helping people to manage trades. Subscribers can view the real time charts, hear and read commentary, and post any questions they like. Like I said, the emphasis here is on education and how to trade like professional traders.

Adrian