Trading Group Rotations provides you with an advantage in any type of market. With RS1, we analyze the market from a “top down” perspective to determine which stocks are likely to outperform in the coming weeks or months. First we identify the sector or group that has the most potential, then we hone in on the stocks in that group that are ready to move. It’s a one-two punch that generates a lot of knockout trades.
With RS1, we’ve built a complete Rotation Suite that leverages the best trading technology Nirvana Systems has to offer. It takes our vast body of research into optimal trend and timing strategies, and applies that to Group Rotations to generate some of the best trading opportunities we’ve ever seen.
But we didn’t stop there. We also wanted to make sure this trading suite was easy to use. The RS1 Trading Profile gives you access to this firepower, straight out of the box. When you combine that with our comprehensive education package, you’ll see how easy it is to get started trading powerful Group Rotations with RS1.
Trading rotations doesn't have to be hard! With the RS1 Rotation Suite, we've put together a package that makes it easy to engage the market using rotation trades. We start by using the Smooth Strength Indicator to identify the groups that are poised to move.
Once we have identified the best groups, two new Trading Strategies identify entry points on the stocks in that group that are likely to run.We then manage the trade with two new Trade Plans that make it easy to pocket rotation trade profits.
Use the Smooth Strength Indicator to Identify the Groups that are Poised to Move.
Use the RS1 Strategies to find Opportunities within the Group.
Manage the Trade with RS1 Trade Plans to Capture the Rotation.
Important Information: Futures, options and securities trading has risk of loss and may not be suitable for all persons. No Strategy can guarantee profits or freedom from loss. Past results are not necessarily indicative of future results. Hypothetical or simulated performance results have certain inherent limitations. Unlike an actual performance record, simulated results do no represent actual trading.