NetPicks Day Trading Futures Signal Service Produces Consistent Monthly Gains

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The NetPicks DayTrader futures day trading system stands out from many of the other services because it eliminates the overwhelming number of trades and focuses exclusively on day trading the Nasdaq, S&P, Russell, and DOW e-mini futures contracts, the Nasdaq 100 tracking stock (QQQ). And with monthly Returns averaging $5,500 for the Russell E-Mini, $3,800 for the S&P E-Mini, $3,800 for the T-Bonds and $2,900 for the Nasdaq E-Mini trading just two e-mini contracts per market it’s easy to see why their service is so popular.

Each trading session they release two Key Numbers for each market. These Key Numbers are then used to determine the exact entry and exit points of every trade during the day. They provide subscribers with the exact profit targets and protective stops to use, as well as where to reverse and when to be flat. Learn more

The Netpicks e-mini method is designed to be "in the market" a portion of each trading day. It's quite easy to trade long or short when using the e-mini futures, thanks to the volumes now traded and the fact that shorting does not require downticks - this is an advantage over trying to day trade stocks.

“Our futures day trading system will assume we're trading two contracts. You’ll start with an exact buy or a short at the beginning of the day. From there you will use the key numbers we give you to set your exact profit target and your stop level. All the levels are known in advance when you start the trade. You do not have to wait around for a signal - you’ll know exactly where to place your trade, along with where to reverse and go the other way. You have the control, confidence and knowledge to make your trades following our system exactly.” said a company spokesman.

“We now have coverage for each of the major U.S. e-mini markets (S&P, Nasdaq, Dow, Russell), the QQQ (Nasdaq 100 tracking stock), T-Bonds (US Treasury 30 Year Bond) and the Eurex (EuroStoxx and Dax.) This gives us the broadest coverage and for you the most trading options each trading day. With every market the trades are mechanical and you’ll always know your exact entry points, targets and risk.”

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