Posted Jan 29, 2016 by Martin Armstrong
We are adding a group of new models before the final launch of the Trader version. We added the risk model this weekend. You will also find that the reports have been redesigned in different levels. Below is a sample of the risk model for the Dow Jones. This can be used by option traders and it defines the real risk in each market, whereas assuming some standard percentage from a current trading level is truly worthless.
RISK MANAGEMENT MODELS
Our risk models show a window on each level as follows: On the daily level, we see a 10.93267% risk on the upside, whereas on the downside, the risk factor comes in at 3.686798% for now. From a risk perspective, resistance on a closing basis stands at 17901.58 whereas the risk on the downside begins at 15356.62. Looking at the weekly level, we see a 12.23921% risk on the upside, whereas on the downside, the risk factor calculates at 3.600812%. From a risk perspective, resistance on a closing basis stands at 18168.09 whereas the risk on the downside begins at 15370.33. Turning to the monthly time level, we must respect that there is a 13.11565% risk on the upside, where we show a clear downside risk factor at 19.19519%. From a risk perspective, resistance on a closing basis stands at 18351.36 whereas the risk on the downside begins at 12883.89.
We will be adding additional models for professionals over the next few weeks. Therefore, we are extending access to the Trader preview site for attendees until February 15.
We will make an announcement once the Trader level is available to the public.