Actual and verified trading results of the Greed and Fear indicator are now available provided by trusted third parties. They are keeping track of the actual trading activity and record each and every trade made, based on the Greed and Fear indicator.
You can now exactly see all the winning and losing trades and how those build up to an overall trading result over time with its ups and downs.
The starting point is a model portfolio with a certain base amount of money to trade with. The minimum suggested amount of capital for trading one E-mini S&P future is at least $10.000. With this base amount of cash, trades will be made.
Be aware that percentage calculations between several autotrade platforms sometimes differ with regards to including/excluding trading costs and/or subscription fees. The actual trades, based on the Greed and Fear indicator, will be (almost) exactly the same for all platforms.
As an extra service, you can now subscribe to one of these platforms and get all Greed and Fear trades copied into your account instantly, the (mili)second they take place. This is called autotrading, and you don't have to do a thing and still get the same trading result. In this post, there's more about how autotrading generally works, and why it is far superior to the 'old-fashioned' way of sending email or text messages to clients when to enter or exit a trade.
Further specific information about autotrading, the required setup and exact verified trading results of the Greed and Fear indicator can be found by these partnering autotrade platforms.
|For international investors, the Greed and Fear portfolio is now available on Collective2. This platform has been around for ages, has great support, is rock solid and has build a lot of trust amongst traders and investors world wide.
Results shown on Collective2 are the actual net results for the investor, so after all costs of trading and subscription fees have been deducted. Percentages are calculated on a month-to-month basis
|Direct link to the Greed and Fear portfolio/strategy on Collective2.|
|Of course, Dutch investors are welcome to join via Collective2 as well.
In the past, we used to work with a Dutch platform too, but unfortunately that is no longer the case. It is likely we will have a new Dutch partner here soon.
|Unclear yet when we will connect with a Dutch partner. Meanwhile consider Collective2 above.|