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Our suite of innovative trading tools are presented in a non-intimidating, intuitive platform that is easy to navigate, even for those with little previous investment knowledge.

About Wealthy Trades

Over the past 14 years, the Wealthy Trades team has developed a robust suite of professional trading tools which integrate historic trading data. These intuitive tools are compatible across every asset class, including Stocks, ETFs, Options, Futures and Forex. Our proprietary tools are designed to assist you in making the most informed trading decisions possible. We are proud to offer our users a revolutionary, no-nonsense informational platform that is both user friendly and educational.

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What: A trend is defined by a general course or direction.
Why: The trend is analogous to a current or a wind. Although it is possible to swim against the current, it is more difficult than with the current. The same can be said for trading and investing, the odds of success are much greater with the trend.
Where: Find more information about Trends on the Wealthy Trades Products Page.
What: Quality percentage is a Wealthy Trades custom calculation. It takes into consideration the percent of members within the basket in the same trend as the market, recent performance hitting a level, and historical performance in similar environments.
Why: The Quality % is important because it provides insight into the market strength or momentum of the trend. The higher the percentage, the higher probability the trend will continue.
Where: Find more information about Quality percentages and Trend Quality on Wealthy Trades Products Page.
There is no difference, they can be used interchangeably.
What: A sector is a grouping of similar stocks within the S&P 500. Wealthy Trades recognizes the 9 sectors defined by the sector SPDRs. The sector SPDRs are: XLB-Materials, XLE-Energy, XLF-Financials, XLI-Industrials, XLK-Technology, XLP-Consumer Staples, XLU-Utilities, XLV-Health Care and XLY-Consumer Discretionary.
Why: The stocks within a sector are typically highly correlated, therefore trading a sector can be less risky. Sectors also perform differently in certain market conditions, geopolitical environments, and the economy.
Where: Find more information about SPDRs at www.sectorspdr.com.
What: Sector Performance is a display of the sector’s performance in relation to each other. The best performing sector is signified by the larger icon. The sector ranking is calculated by first trend then by the Quality %.
Why: See “What does Quality % mean?” above.
Where: Find more information about Sector Performance on the Wealthy Trades Products page.
What: Levels 2 Win (L2W) are a proprietary blend of calculations and historical reactions that predict future price movement. The L2W provide both trend and counter trend levels. You can find the Levels listed in text format in the table and in a graphic on the chart.
Why: The Levels 2 Win are extremely valuable to placing a trade or investment and when determining options strategies, due to its predictive capabilities.
Where: Find more information about our Levels 2 Win on the Wealthy Trades Products Page.
What: Historical Performance Percentage (HPP) is an historical evaluation of our L2W calculations. We determine the percentage of times a particular level was hit in the price action while in the same market conditions.
Why: The HPP is used in conjunction with other Wealthy Trades tools to define trade or options probabilities.
Where: Find more information about the HPP on the Wealthy Trades Products Page.
What: Level on Level (L/L) is a secondary historical calculation of the percentage of times the asset has hit a Level (HPP) and closed beyond the level in the direction of profit.
Why: Knowing the historical reaction to particular level will help you manage your trade more effectively.
Where: Find more information about the L/L on the Wealthy Trades Products Page.
What: The L2W Profit is a profit calculation based on the HPP. Every time the level is hit we calculate the profit or loss taken from that level. It is important to note that L2W Profit is always calculated in the direction of the trend. Example: If the trend is down then the direction of profit is short at both the Trend and C-Trend levels.
Why: The historical profit indicates how well an asset performs after the level is hit. This information be used in conjunction with other Wealthy Trades tools to enter and manage trades more effectively.
Where: Find more information about the L2W Profit on the Wealthy Trades Products Page.

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