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Chapter 8: An Introduction to TPS – Time, Price, Scale-in. Learn One of the Best Performing ETF Trading Strategies Available

Dear fellow ETF trader,

Do you want to learn how to trade more successfully, more consistently... and with more confidence?

If so, then the TPS strategy is for you.

Hundreds, if not now thousands, of ETF traders successfully use the TPS trading strategy to find the best ETF trade set-ups each day to place winning trades.

Pulled directly from Larry Connors' best selling book High Probability ETF Trading, this special report titled How to Successfully Trade ETFs: A Free Report by Larry Connors teaches you the three simple and powerful trading rules you’ll need to master TPS trading.

First shared with our exclusive Chairman’s Club members in 2008, the TPS strategy has continued to evolve into one of the most powerful and best performing trading strategies we’ve ever seen.

You’ll learn how, between 1993 and 2008, the simulated TPS trading results showed returns of 85% to over 93% winning trade accuracy!

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TPS combines time, price and scaling-in to give the highest percent correct of any strategy we've created or ever traded.

The TPS strategy for ETF funds was tested in bull, bear, and sideways markets. And, the strategy has a high probability of being accurate on both the long and the short sides.

Download this FREE special report and you’ll learn how to easily identify whether an ETF is overbought or oversold and then how to average into your full position. And, once you’re in a position, we'll show you exactly when to exit.

Once you understand the concepts included in How to Successfully Trade ETFs: A Free Report by Larry Connors, you can go on to take it even further in your trading by researching and learning more about the hundreds of different ways to trade TPS.

Master the TPS Rules for Taking Long Positions in ETF Funds

It’s no secret that the key to trading TPS is consistency in executing one's plan. After reading this special report, you’ll fully understand the fundamental TPS rules on the long side:

  • How to buy when the signal triggers
  • How to scale into the position further as the next signal triggers
  • How to exit the position when the exit trigger signals

Many hundreds, if not thousands, of ETF fund traders use TPS and apply these three simple rules. Those who use it successfully trade it as it is (they see the trade and they take the trade). Some have found ways to make it even better by taking the main TPS principles and applying additional concepts to them.

Here is what the TPS set-up looks like on the long side for the ETF fund EWZ.

Here is an example of a full scale-in. This means a full position was entered using the TPS approach.

  • The signal is triggered to buy EWZ for scale-in
  • Another buy signal is triggered for scale-in
  • A third buy signal is triggered for scale-in
  • A fourth buy signal is triggered for scale-in
  • The oversold condition reverses and EWZ has a healthy rally and profits are locked in when the exit signal appears.

TPS Remains a Top ETF Trading Strategy Available to Traders Today

No one else has been able to publish an ETF strategy that has held up in testing every year since the beginning of ETF trading in 1993. And, TPS continues to do well as we have seen in our own model portfolio over the past year.

The key to TPS is two-fold. First is the strategy. Second, and perhaps just as importantly, is the execution.

Because without execution, there is no strategy... there are just random actions that create random results.

In How to Successfully Trade ETFs: A Free Report by Larry Connors, you won't see random results. Rather, you’ll see results on the long side from 80% correct all the way up to 95% correct. This includes country ETFs, sector ETFs and any type of non-leveraged, non-inverse equity ETF that has been created since the inception of trading for each through 2008.

And this is on thousands and thousands of TPS set-ups. This is high probability trading at its best.

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Savvy Chairman's Club Members Quickly Grasp and Expand the TPS Strategy

Since 2006, we've run a private research group called Chairman's Club, which is made up of high-end professional traders from around the world. The group includes people who run hedge funds, trade for hedge funds, run or trade for major proprietary trading firms and also successful individuals who manage their own money.

These people pay a substantial membership fee (five figures) to join and renew annually. They are among the better and smarter traders in the world and it’s an honor for us to have the opportunity to work with them each year.

TPS was first taught to the Chairman's Club members in 2008 and has since been expanded into many different variations.

As part of this expansion, literally tens of thousands of variations of TPS have been published and presented to the Chairman's Club members. All of these variations are based on the 3 simple rules you’ll learn in How to Successfully Trade ETFs: A Free Report by Larry Connors.

Apply TPS Rules Successfully When Also Taking Short Positions

For those traders looking to profit when ETF funds move lower, TPS also consistently works when taking short positions. After reading this special report, you'll fully understand the 3 TPS rules to consistently identify winning trade set-ups on the short side:

  • How to buy when the signal triggers
  • How to scale into the position further as the next signal triggers
  • How to exit the position when the exit trigger signals

Here’s what the TPS strategy looks like on the short side with SPY

  • The signal is triggered to sell SPY for scale-in
  • Another sell signal is triggered for scale-in
  • A third sell signal is triggered for scale-in
  • The SPY sells off sharply and the buy signal is triggered to lock in the gains.

We've tested nearly every imaginable combination (and there are tens of thousands of these short variations) and they show positive results going back to the inception of trading on the more actively traded non-leveraged, non-inverse ETF funds.

Here's what one TPS user had to say:

"I read Larry's book... implemented the TPS strategy... buying four of his 20 ETFs (EEM, EWZ, ILF and QQQQ), then cashed the positions in on Friday for a $582 gain after commission. As a professional statistician, I appreciate that these strategies are well backed by statistical performance data and simple to implement. I highly recommend..." Ric Miller, Ph.D.6-Sigma, Master Black Belt

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Who are the Authors?

LARRY CONNORS - CEO & Co-Founder, TradingMarkets
Larry started his career in 1982 at Merrill Lynch and later moved on to become a Vice President with Donaldson, Lufkin, Jenrette. His technical and quantitative research is used by traders around the world and he also runs a private research group that traders pay up to $25,000 a year to access.

Larry has spent much of his nearly 30 years of experience helping people trade more successfully by hosting training classes and seminars, articles, and by authoring a number of best-selling books on trading, including Street Smarts, which was selected by Stocks and Commodities Magazine as one of the classic books on trading in the 20th century. In 2008, he co-authored the highly acclaimed Short Term Trading Strategies That Work and in 2009 he co-authored his newest book, High Probability ETF Trading.

In addition to his role as CEO of The Connors Group, Larry serves as a Managing Partner of Connors Research LLC, a financial markets research firm.

CESAR ALVAREZ - Director of Research, Connors Research
Cesar Alvarez is Director of Research for Connors Research LLC. Previously Mr. Alvarez was a senior designer of Excel, helping Microsoft further create and build-out Excel.

For the past 8 years Cesar has been a professional market researcher. Mr. Alvarez has been at the forefront of stock market research, having developed a number of successful trading systems now used by numerous investors and fund managers in the United States and internationally.

Cesar attended the University of California, Berkeley where he received his Bachelors of Science in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science in 1989 and his Masters of Science in Computer Science in 1990.


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Best wishes for successful and profitable returns from your ETF fund trading.

Sincerely,

David Penn
Editor-in-Chief
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