Exit Points has created several state of the art systems, each trades a unique set of markets that we update regularly in order to stay on top of current market trends.
All ExitPoints trading systems have been designed to be totally self-reliant, artificially aware, and self-learning. Each month, as more experience is gained, and each individual trade is completed, the information is incorporated into the System specific trade warehouse. Depending on the system there are between 100,000 to 200,000+ trades stored within the warehouse.
The unique ExitPoints programming uses a two-step process:
First, each system creates and maintains a warehouse of hypothetical day trades from a basic volatility breakout system. Stored along with the warehouse trades are the values of our proprietary technical indicators for the day prior to each trade. Second, the system will determine the statistical profitability of a trade with similar past market conditions as the current day. Depending on the outcome of the analysis, the system then decides whether or not it would be profitable to trade the next day. If a trade meets predetermined risk/reward criteria then the system will generate a signal to place an order, subsequently entering in on a volatility breakout and exiting at either the end of the trading session or when a predetermined stop-loss has been triggered.
All ExitPoints systems trade both long and short with one signal per market direction per day. They do not trade multiple long or short trades within the same day in the same market. However, rarely, the system may trade one long and one short signal in the same day in the same market.