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Hooper Signals on top 250 Equities, Industry Sectors & Major ETF’s, Weekly Hooper Model on Select ETFs:

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9 thoughts on “Membership Options Page

    1. tradingpoints Post author

      Hooper only lights the way. But you have to the walk. This is a mechanical market model that indicates whether the market is in a buy/sell mode with concrete risk parameters for those levels. It has all the advantages and disadvantages of a mechanical trend following model. I would take a look at how the DAX works with how you currently trade and see if its right for you. Then spend a month trial on the equity to see how it fits with your trading style.

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  1. Romulus

    Hi – i trade the DAX spot market through FXCM – would your monthly subscription allow me the all the intraday buy and sell signals generated by the Hooper quant model for the DAX? – If i happen to find it useful am i free to unsubscribe at any time? Kind regards, Romulus

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    1. tradingpoints Post author

      First of all the DAX is a freebie. We show this particular cash index to illustrate how the Hooper model works. There are no intraday buy and sell signals. The Hooper model generates new patterns at the end of the trading day if the recalculate objective R.O. has been touched during the trading day. Check out the FAQ and mouse around the site for more info.

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    1. tradingpoints Post author

      I only cover the DAX Cash Index as a proof of concept. The DIA ETF would be the closest to the Dow Cash Index that we cover.

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  2. David

    I am aiming to trade the Dow Jones, can I ask, does the $25.00 p m subscription include the Hooper Quant Model(same as the dax free one) for the Dow.

    Thanks

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    1. tradingpoints Post author

      The Dow Futures (YM) is part of the futures package. The $25 Equity package covers major ETFs including the DIA and 150 individual stocks, the daily trading signals and metrics. Hope that helps.

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  3. Andrew Heath

    Kevin, I listened to you on the Morning Edge Hosted by Blake Morrow. Thank you for taking the time to provide your insights into the markets. Regards, Andrew

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