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Chuck Hughes trend trading strategy (investing with the trend) focuses on purchasing stocks that have hit their bottom value with a potential to move upwards in price. A trend trading system is essential to profitable stock selection, risk reduction, and knowledgeable buy and sell decision making.



What is Trend Trading?

Trend trading is a well-known stock investing strategy in the stock trading market. Trend trading theory operates based upon the current position of stock. There are many different strategies that have been built based upon trend trading theory. ‘Trading with the trend’ and ‘trading against the trend’ are two of the most common trend trading strategies.

Trend trading theory can be used for any period of time; days, weeks, months and years. Many people trend trade for a living.

If you’re considering trend trading for a living, Chuck Hughes can help! Call Chuck today at #866-661-5664 to start trend trading for a living, or Email Chuck

Chuck Hughes’ Trend Trading System

Chuck Hughes’ trend trading strategy is dependent upon purchasing stock when it is rising and selling stock when it is falling. This trend trading strategy has many names: investing with the trend, following the trend and trading with the trend.

In the stock trading system, if stock is moving upwards, trading with the trend theory assumes that stock will continue upward. Conversely, if stock is moving downwards, trading with the trend theory will assumes that stock will continue moving downward.

Chuck’s strategy focuses on purchasing stocks that have hit their bottom value with a potential to move upwards in price.

Although this stock trading strategy seems simple, it’s effective. This stock investing strategy creates profitable stock selection, risk reduction, and knowledgeable purchasing and selling decision making.

Anyone can start trend trading for a living. You don’t have to have a lot of money to start trading in the stock market. All you need are successful stock trading strategies. Use Chuck Hughes as your resource for gaining stock investing strategies.

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Chuck Hughes’ Strategy for Investing with the Trend is:Start Trading Stocks Today!

  1. Strategical
  2. Lower risk
  3. Based upon reliable financial data and historical trends

Chuck Hughes’ trend trading system is successful because it is reliable on financial data and historical trends. Evidence-based data is accrued from reputable companies in order to make knowledgeable and informed investment decisions.

Rather than look for negative trends, investing with the trend looks for positive growth in company financials. This simple stock investment strategy is opposed to the “buy when you HOPE the bottom has been reached” theory that many people use.

It is a common mistake for beginning stock market traders to utilize trend trading strategies like ‘trading against the trend’ because they think they will make a higher profit. By using Chuck’s ‘following the trend strategy’, you’ll be able to make trades with lower risks in the stock trading system.

Trend trading strategy does not promote buying stock at the very bottom or selling stock at the very top. Instead, the trader is a buyer when prices are going up and the trader is a seller if prices are going down.  It urges against stock market predictions. This calculated stock trading strategy provides lower risk to the trader.

‘Trading with the trend’ involves reacting after a market trend occurs. Trend trading entry strategy involves entering after a trend has started and trend trading exit strategy involves exiting a market after the trend has ended. This tactical trend trading system reduces risk.

You can start trend trading for a living today! Become a member of Chuck Hughes’ Investment Advisory Service and you’ll receive lower-risk trend trading strategies; stock investing strategies that are based upon reliable financial data and historical trends.

Your chance for profit in the stock trading system can be increased and your risk of loss decreased when you start using Chuck Hughes’ stock investing strategies. Call Chuck Hughes today at #866-661-5664 to start receiving trend trading strategies, or Email Chuck

Trend Trading System Terminology

Get Into The Stock Market Today!Successful trend trading strategists rely heavily upon strict methodology, triggers and tactical guidelines. Although the basic principles of the trend trading system are easy to understand, many complicated trend trading strategies have evolved out of it.

Chuck Hughes is an expert in the trend trading system.

When you start trading as a member of Chuck’s investment advisory service, you’ll start to understand trend trading system terminology, such as whipsaws, shakeouts and stop law orders. You’ll also learn trend trading strategies, such as trend trading entry strategies and trend trading exit strategies.

Long Trade

A long trade, or long position, is a stock or security that is owned by its holder. If the price of the stock goes up, the holder and owner makes a profit. If the price of the stock goes down, the holder loses money. A long position stock trading example would be a person who owns 50 shares of stock. They would be said to be 50 shares long.

Long and short positions are sometimes used together in order to create leverage within one’s stock market portfolio. A long position should be used in a bullish market because it anticipates on the market increasing, whereas a short position should be used in a bearish market because it anticipates on the market decreasing.

Chuck suggests to trade long if the current price is lower than the price one year ago and to trade short if the current price is higher than one year ago.

Trading long is indicative of the more traditional form of trading in the stock market.

Short Trade

A short position is a stock that someone sells, but does not own, in the hopes that the price of stock will drop and they will make a profit from the difference. The investor who has sold the stock must eventually return it to its owner by buying it back from the stock market.

A trader who takes a short position borrows stock from a firm for a fee and sells the stock to a third party, in hopes that the stock price will fall. When the stock’s price falls, the trader buys back the stock for a lower price, makes a profit, and gives the stock back to the firm that it borrowed it from.

Short trades, or short positions, are a more contemporary form of trading. This stock investing strategy can give your portfolio added value.

Most stock market strategists only make long trades because of the high risk associated with short trades. However, Chuck Hughes’ trending trading system includes short trade stock investing strategies that have been extremely successful.

Chuck recommends taking short positions when the major trend issues a sell signal and taking long positions when major trends issue buy signals. Short positions should be taken with the major trend, not against it. If a short position is taken against the major trend, it could possibly end up as a whipsaw.

A short position stock trading example would be a person who borrows 50 shares of stock. They would be said to be 50 shares short.

Chuck found a way to initiate short positions with limited risk. If you’re ready to receive highly profitable stock trading strategies, call Chuck Hughes today at #866-661-5664, or Email Chuck

Entry points

An entry point is the price at which a trader decides to enter into the market. This is the purchase point of a stock or security. Trend trading entry strategies are highly sought after and valued in the trend trading system.

Chuck recommends buying breakouts and closing trades when prices start consolidating or reversing. He insists that any time frame can be used for the entry signal, but in order to maximize your trade, the exit signal needs to be significantly shorter.

Exit points

An exit point is the price at which a trader decides to exit the market, by selling a stock or security. This is the closing point of the trade.

It is critical to understand trend trading exit strategies when a trader is involved in the trend trading system. Entry and exit points are a large part of determining the success or failure of a trade that happens in the stock market.

Many stock market traders do not take time to determine their trend trading exit strategy. Instead of taking chances on your own, you can learn trend trading strategies based on Chuck Hughes’ recommendations.

An exit point can only end in one of two ways: by making a gain or by taking a loss. A worry about the trend trading system is the slow exit a trader can suffer when the trend reverses and goes against you.

Take Profit Orders

A take profit order, also known as a T/P or limit order, is an automatic exit point. This is made at the point of trade when a certain point or price is reached. The two rules of exit points are as follows:

  1. Whereas the exit point is below the current market price in a stop loss order, the exit point is higher than the market price in a take profit order.
  2. A trailing point does not exist within a take profit order.

Stop Loss Orders

The first discipline that any trader should master is to always limit your losses by exiting if the market goes against you.

A stop loss order, also known as an S/L or stop, is set to limit a trader's potential loss. The stop loss is placed somewhere above the current price on a buy or somewhere below the current bid price to sell. Stops are helpful in that they can minimize large losses if the market is moving quickly against your position.

Trend Trading Exit Strategy Example:

               If you purchase 1,000 IBM at $90.00 you may decide to place a stop loss as follows:

               SELL 1,000 IBM IF price is less than or equal to $87.00

               If price falls to $87.00 your order will be activated.

               Your loss is limited to $3.00 per share (plus brokerage).

Chuck suggests avoiding markets with low liquidity where extreme price fluctuations are possible.

There are Two Types of Stop Loss Orders

1. Market Stop Orders

This is a conventional stop loss order; the stop activates a market order to sell (or buy) at the prevailing market price. Market stop orders are recommended to use as trend trading exit strategies to give the trade the highest chance of happening.

2. Limit Stop Orders

The limit stop activates an order to sell at the prevailing market price but not below a specified limit (or buy at the prevailing price up to a specified limit). Limit stop orders are best to use as trend trading entry strategies because they are more successful than fixed price orders.

Whipsaws

False starts are known as whipsaws. Whipsaws occur when the market indicates a positive signal, immediately followed by a reversal, then another buy signal. Whipsaws can be frustrating and expensive.

Chuck Hughes has set the following guidelines in order to avoid whipsaw (false-start) trades:

  1. The 1-month/20-month EMA can be used as a filter that only allows trades in the direction of the major trend.
    • EMA stands for Exponential Moving Average.
    • EMA is an options trading strategy that provides signals for buying and selling options.
    • EMA is different than the simple moving average (SMA), in that a greater amount of weight is assigned to the most recent data points and less weight is assigned to the most historical data points.
  2. This helps prevent ‘whipsaw’ trades, when a counter-brand or sell offs occur.
  3. Preventing whipsaw trades can increase profits, reduce losses and increase the percentage of winning trades

Shakeouts

Shakeouts, also known as false breaks, happen when there is a sudden change in the market. During shakeouts, traders are forced to sell their stock, often for a loss. Shakeouts are worrisome for the trend trading system. Trend trading strategies often incur a large number of shakeouts.

Limit Trend Trading Risk with Chuck Hughes’ Trend Trading System

Learn Stock Strategies with Chuck!Even in 2008 and 2009, when the stock market crashed, Chuck Hughes was able to maintain a highly monthly percent return by being able to take full advantage of price downturns in most global markets using trend trading strategies.

Due to increased market volatility during these years, Chuck Hughes used option spreads.

Spread trades are a complex type of options trading strategy.  An option spread can involve multiple time periods and contracts, different strike prices, and various put and call dates.

Option spreads provide flexibility and power. They have the potential to deliver high returns during any type of market condition.

If you’re considering trend trading for a living, Chuck Hughes can help! Call Chuck today at #866-661-5664 to start trend trading for a living, or get more information by contacting us.

Why use Chuck Hughes’ Trend Trading Advisory Service?

Chuck recommends trend trading in companies with growth in stockholder’s equity. Stock trading strategy involves creating an awareness of stock violability and risk levels. It is imperative for a trader to have an understanding of historic trends in the stock trading system. One must be able to comprehend wise stock investing strategies.

By becoming a member of Chuck’s investment advisory service, you’ll receive access to exclusive stock trading tips. You’ll be provided with trading recommendations and strategies, such as investing with the trend.

Investing with the trend, when tied in with the EMA system, is an options investing strategy that unleashes profit opportunities. By utilizing Chuck Hughes’ trend trading system, you can achieve a 4 to 1 reward to risk ratio.

When you use Chuck Hughes as your trend trading advisory service, you’ll get:

  1. Peace of Mind
  2. Proven Strategy
  3. Lower Risk
  4. Trend trading recommendations based upon reliable financial data and historical trends

Invest with Chuck Hughes and you’ll get his exclusive trading with the trend strategies. His stock market strategy has been used successfully to make monetary gains from thousands of people. Read success stories of members who have used Chuck Hughes’ stock investing services.

Your chance for profit can be increased and your risk of loss decreased when you start using Chuck Hughes’ trend trading system. Call Chuck Hughes today at #866-661-5664 to start receiving trend trading strategies, or Email Chuck Hughes

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