Frequently Asked Questions
We publish trading signals ongoing basis for each of the markets we cover, and Traders can use those trading signals to do trades on their own. Traders will constantly be aware of our market view, based on the Buy/Sell signals on the key market indices. Traders can also benefit from the comments we put on the trading signals, to understand the scope or size of a specific trading signal, and decide how they can use it in their trading work.
Trading signals are Buy/Sell signals for a given market at a given time.
However, different traders operate with different levels of risk tolerance and different timeframes. Therefore, our trading signals are generated based on hourly and daily charts, so that they are highly relevant to Positional Traders who hold their positions for 1-5 days. Our trading signals are also suitable for Intraday Traders, especially in the case of rapid market moves, or in a trending market.
For example, here’s a Buy signal: “Buy S&P 500 Futures above 2500 for Target 2600”. This signal tells you to stay long above 2500, so Positional Traders can utilise it. Intraday Traders can also utilise it in parts, knowing they have to stay long above 2500.
We currently cover the following markets:
- S&P 500 Futures
- NASDAQ 100 Futures
- WTI Crude Oil futures
- Nifty futures
- Bank Nifty futures
- Forex (EUR/USD)
- Forex (USD/JPY)
- S&P 500 3X Bullish ETF (SPXL)
We are planning to add more markets and ETFs by August 2020 like Wheat, Corn, Soybean futures, etc. based on demand from our traders. Click here to send us your requirements and suggestions.
Multiple trades are possible with the same trading signal, based on each trader’s background.
For example, here is a trading signal on S&P500 futures: “Buy S&P 500 Futures above 2500 for Target 2600”. This trading signal tells you that you should stay long above 2500 for likely target 2600. Here are 5 different trades possible using this trading signal:
- Buy at 2500 for Target 2600 with Stop loss 2470.
- Buy at 2500 for Target 2550 with Stop loss 2480.
- Buy at 2520 for Target 2550 with Stop loss 2500.
- Buy at 2530 for Target 2600 with Stop loss 2500.
- Buy at 2550 for Target 2600 with Stop loss 2530.
So, different traders can construct different types of long trades, while staying long above 2500. The main goal of the above trading signal is to tell you to stay long above 2500.
Here’s another example. In Feb 2020 when S&P 500 Futures were at 3380, we published 3320 as the Absolute Stop Loss on all long trades of S&P 500 Futures, which saved our traders from huge losses in the following weeks. Some traders also used that to create short trades with 3320 as Stop loss, and it worked very well for them. So we can create multiple trades from each trading signal, based on the amount of capital available and risk tolerance.
Based on our study of different markets spanning the last 20 to 100 years, we have developed an inhouse trading system to generate trading signals over 4 different timeframes: hourly, daily, weekly, and monthly. This enables us to see short term and long term simultaneously, and it helps us to create reliable and profitable trading signals. In each market, our system has enabled us to generate trading signals that have delivered net profit by the end of every year.
All trading signals are published on a common dashboard, which our member traders can see after logging into the system. The same trading signals are also sent by email to all member traders as soon as they are published on the dashboard, so that you don’t miss out on profitable trades. We recommend that traders stay logged into the JupiterMarkets dashboard while working in the markets.
Trading Signals are published as and when they appear in our trading system. We may also publish trading signals on a weekend, after doing analysis on weekly data. Most trading signals are published between 6:00 am and 6:00 pm Eastern Time (New York time).
Yes, it is possible to use our trading signals to trade Options. That said, Options are far more complex than futures because of time value, volatility, and different sets of Options e.g. In Money, Near Money, and Far Out of Money. The behavior these Options is very different in the same timeframe, while Futures move from point A to point B. Traders may get similar results as Futures by using In Money or Near Money Options, but the complexity is higher even though the capital required is lower.
No, we don’t plan to cover individual stocks because we are able to create strong gains by trading Index futures and ETFs without taking the significant company-specific risks that come with individual stocks.
We already consult a wide range of traders on their positions, and are available for consulting work on a case by case basis. Please contact us and share your requirements, so that we can better understand how we can help you.
No, we don’t offer a Managed Trading Account service at this time. If you are interested in such a service, please contact us and we will inform you when we start offering such a service.