Trading Strategy Guides Releases “Strike Trader Elite Signal Service”

Trading Strategy Guides (TSG) has been proud to announce the release of their “Strike Trader Elite Signal Service”. An advanced mobile notification system that immediately informs traders when profitable opportunities have emerged.

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States - April 15, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

As a leader in developing trading platforms, Trading Strategy Guides (TSG) has been proud to announce the release of their “Strike Trader Elite Signal Service”. This trading system and signal service combines TSG’s time-tested trading strategies with an advanced mobile notification system that immediately informs traders when profitable opportunities have emerged.

This revolutionary system and service attempts to draw from years of trading experience and is supported by decades of back data. It has been particularly recognized for its compatibility with modern technology. As soon as prices or market conditions change, users will be notified of these changes and have an opportunity to open or close a position in response.

TSG first began building this platform in response to input from clients, experienced traders, and various other sources. The goal of this project was to make it easier for traders to know when to enter into and out of a specific position. For this platform, they combined their popular Strike Trader Elite Strategy with a telegram group and app. Additionally, TSG was determined to make this system compatible with smartphones and smart watches.

The Strike Trader Elite Service is a trading signals service, that will cost users $9.99 per month. The system can be used in several different markets, but was specifically designed to be used trading currency pairs on a forex exchange. The system’s “elite signals” include notifications of trigger points, take profit levels, and suggested stop losses. Using teal, red, and green lines, these signals can be easily spotted on a graph.

Commitment to Accessibility
TSG recently stated that trading on-the-go represents “the next generation of trading.” Considering the increasing number of trades that are made via mobile devices, this claim is well-supported. The newest system is not only designed to be mobile device compatible, but it has actually been optimized for a range of mobile devices.

The Striker Trader service is compatible with desktops, tablets, phones, TV’s, and smart watches. Individual users can easily integrate these devices in order to make sure they receive all notifications in a timely manner. The company found that previous methods of communication—such as issuing multiple emails everyday—were frequently ignored. Instead, they opted to implement a much cleaner mobile notification system.

Throughout the design process, TSG wanted to make sure that people could actively stay on top of their trading positions, while also still performing at their day job. The combination of desktop notifications (appearing in the bottom right of a screen) and mobile notifications has already been praised by Strike Trader’s early users.

Comprehensive Trading Analysis
When designing the notification system, TSG set out to provide large amounts of information while also making that information easy to read. The signal notifications—which can be accessed without even needing to unlock the phone—include six different pieces of information. The symbol, time frame, signal, entry price, stop loss, and take profit can all be accessed with ease. As a result, it becomes possible for positions to be open or closed in a matter of seconds.

Strike Trader can also be used for more complex trading strategies as well. For example, users will have the option to create multiple take profit and stop loss levels. These variables can be easily adjusted as market conditions begin to change. Additionally, every signal provides users with a detailed, corresponding chart image. The purpose of this chart image, according to TSG, “..Is for those who would like to do a last minute validation before entering the trade.”

Conclusion
Trading Strategy Guides designed the Strike Trader Elite Signal Service service with several specific goals in mind. The company hoped to create a system that is easy to use, provides useful trading information, and is also optimized for various mobile devices. The official public launch date is scheduled for April 15, 2019 a date that the creators of this system are very much looking forward to.

Contact Info:
Name: Casey Stubbs
Organization: Trading Strategy Guides
Address: 816 Ligonier Street #405 Latrobe, PA 15650
Phone: (724) 374-8352
Website: https://tradingstrategyguides.com/

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