Best Financial Trading Strategies

We’ve tested a large variety of financial trading systems and services over the last twelve years. These are the best.

PIE

This is one of our favourite ‘passive’ trading products. It takes only ten minutes a month to operate yet can return between 20%-30% per year on your capital.

Perfect for those looking to make a good return on their capital without requiring much screen time.

This comes as a downloadable course and/or one day workshop in London or South Yorkshire.

HAV Trading

HAV Trading is one of my top recommended trading strategies with it bringing in profits for the last 21 years! It takes under 30 minutes a WEEK to operate too so can be used by almost anyone no matter how busy they are.

In 2020, this brought in profits of 49.48% and since 2010, it’s made 295%.

Please bear in mind that these results are based on fixed trading bank, assuming that you withdraw your winnings. If you reinvest them, with compound investing then the profits will be significantly higher.

Follow The Money

Guy Cohen is an extremely successful financial trader, having made millions trading stocks and options, and he’s also a best selling worldwide author of trading books. His research tools are among the most sought after in the world and his clients include the world’s biggest stock exchange as well as the Financial Times.

Guy developed a proprietry software called the OVI, or Options Volatility Indicator, which combined with straightforward, easy to read chart patterns provides an extremely reliable, high strike rate trading model for the stock market.

One of his clients has made over £300,000 trading this in about ten minutes a day. Highly recommended.

A - B

This is a very simple to use mechanical trading system that takes about five to ten minutes a day to operate at 8am, so perfect for people that aren’t available to trade during the day. A simple check at 8am (GMT) tells you immediately if there is a qualifying trade and it’s then a matter of placing an order to open at your preferred broker and leaving it to run. If you are able, you can check again at 11am and, if the trade is still active you can move your stop either closer in to reduce liability on a loss, or to lock in profit if the trade is in positive territory.

It’s made a good profit every year and is a good system for those with limited time.