The Sentinel Signals™ are the revolution to how trading signals should work
The Sentinel Signals™ take advantage of the “quiet” and less volatile hours near and after the close of the US market and before the European opening bell. This is the time when the institutional investors and high-profile professional traders position themselves for the next day of trading.
After years of research and development proprietary algorithms are now in a position to “trace the footprints” of this repositioning, anticipate the direction of the market and capitalize on it. We are absolutely confident that the Sentinel will be a highly valued asset for the retail trader and investor alike.
There is no more effective method of being ready for tomorrow’s price action other than being carefully positioned overnight.
How the Sentinel Signals™ work
The Sentinel Signals™ are powered by a unique methodology that closely monitors the price action in the global markets throughout the day. Our system utilises proprietary pattern recognition filters along with sensitive correlation markers to analyse the price action across all instruments.
When the US markets near their closing bell and all the dust settles down the algorithm calculate extremely precise and accurate indications on how the “smart money” intend to reposition overnight. This is the professional desks’ trading plan for the next day and it is the most effective precursor of the price direction of the market.
What kind of signals do the Sentinel Signals™ produce?
The Sentinel Signals™ produce simple entry signals delivered via email around 10.30pm (UK time)* with a clear entry, target and stop price. The entry price is triggered usually overnight while the market is seemingly idle and less volatile.
The trade has its target and stop parameters in place and will take care of itself, in most cases coming to completion within the coming day. For example:
EUR/USD Long entry
Entry price: 1.2500
This simplicity removes the need of monitoring anything during the night or the next day.
It is as simple as “set it and forget it”.
Which markets are covered by the Sentinel Signals™?
The Sentinel Signals™ cover the most liquid and diverse money markets globally and provide precise trading signals for the most attractive Forex pairs, global stock indices and heavily traded commodities.
The Sentinel Signals™ are available in two separate daily reports:
- the Forex Currency Pairs report, including the EUR/USD, GBP/USD, EUR/GBP, USD/JPY, USD/CHF, AUD/USD, NZD/USD, USD/CAD, EUR/JPY, GBP/JPY, EUR/AUD and GBP/AUD pairs and
- the Global Markets report, including the FTSE 100, Dow Jones, DAX 30, Gold, Silver, and Oil instruments.
What time does the report arrive?
The report is delivered directly to your email every evening by 10:30pm (UK time) in order to have plenty of time to set up the trades before the end of the day.
Can I change between reports whenever I want?
Yes, if you prefer to focus on one report at different intervals of time you can simply email us and we will change your subscription’s focus.
Can I cancel at any time?
Yes, you can simply email us and we will cancel your subscription.
Do I have to give my PayPal/credit card details to start the trial?
Yes, you will be asked to provide your payments details but we will not charge you until the end of the trial. And of course you can cancel your trial at any time without any charge or further obligations. Simply email us and we will take care of everything.
There are less products in the global markets report. Why does it still cost the same?
We anticipate similar performances from both reports hence they are equally priced.
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Who is Alpesh Patel?
Alpesh Patel is a top professional trader and financial analyst in the UK. He is the founder of a FCA regulated asset management firm managing millions of dollars in investments. He has achieved a total return of 351% over 10 years compared to 56.5% for the FTSE All-Share.
Alpesh’s investment performance has beaten the returns of Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway which only rose 89% in that time. He has consistently outperformed all the top performing managers in the UK All Companies sector over that 10 year period.
Each fortnight he appears on the BBC to provide his much sought-after analysis of global events – reaching 280 million viewers worldwide. He is invited regularly on Bloomberg, CNBC, CNN, Al Jazzera and other major networks and has given investment speeches in US, China, India, Guatemala, Thailand among many others.
He is the author of 18 books on trading published which have been translated into German, French, Mandarin, Russian, Polish, Korean, Thai. His book Trading Online hit number 2 on the Amazon bestseller list, just behind ‘Harry Potter’.