What Is Required To Use ETF Profit
This educational course does not lock you into a "back-end"
software program or service, but simply teaches you how to use
commonly available tools to produce extraordinary portfolio
performance in all market conditions.
To fully implement ETF Profit Driver,
reasonably good technical analysis software with scanning
capabilities is required. The course is not designed for
use with any particular piece of software. You will need
to upgrade from the complimentary broker provided charting
applicatin to an affordable platform that allows you to
scan through end-of-day pricing data, however. If you do
not already have such software we would recommend that you
take a look at the offerings from Worden Bros.
Alternatively, if you do not want to perform the scans
yourself, the scan results can be obtained through a daily
service offered by Profits Run. That service is not included in
the cost of the course and involves a monthly membership fee.
Compare that fee to the cost of your technical analysis
software and its data feed, factor in any time savings you will
enjoy by allowing Bill Poulos' crew to do the grunt work for
you, and you will have a good basis for making a decision.
The Profits Run scanning service is in no way necessary, as the
same specific criteria utilized by the "in-house" service are
provided in the course materials. Bill Poulos also demonstrates
how to program those criteria into two popular, reasonably
priced technical analysis platforms. The primary benefit of
using the service is convenience and time savings.
Aside from your choice of a technical analysis software package
and a funded brokerage account, there is nothing more you
require to fully apply the lessons taught in the ETF Profit
Having reviewed the ETF Profit Driver in detail, you
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If your analysis needs go beyond the four
ETF Profit Driver scans, you may do well to consider
bypassing the Profits Run monthly service and run your own
scans each evening using a platform like Worden Bros' TeleChart