SLICK TRADE RELEASES NEW DAVINCI DONCHIAN SIGNALS (formerly NADEX Solutions Trade Calls)
In response to overwhelming demand from Slick Trade members we’re delighted to announce the release of the new DAVINCI DONCHIAN HOURLY SIGNALS for the NADEX platform.
IMPORTANT: These signals are a modification and upgrade on the popular signals formerly known as NADEX Solutions.
As you may know the solid trade performance of these signals, 87% to 94% win rate, is based on trading them using the Support and Resistance method with the Donchian indicator template for MT4.
You asked, we listened! In our continued commitment to providing the very best service for our valued members, we’ve taken care of the heavy lifting on your behalf.
NOW YOU CAN TRADE THE SIGNALS AS DELIVERED WITHOUT HAVING TO FIGURE OUT PREVIOUS SUPPORT OR RESISTANCE LEVELS.
Here’s a quick reminder of how to take the new Davinci Donchian (formerly NADEX Solutions) signals..
1. RECEIVE THE TRADE via Twitter
2. LOGIN to your NADEX account
3. CHOOSE TOP OF THE HOUR EXPIRY (Example – a trade call is given at 1:15pm – you would choose 2pm expiry on Nadex) NOTE – If a signal is given at 15 before the top of the hour, then choose the next hour expiry (Example – a trade call is given at 1:45pm – you would choose 3pm expiry on Nadex)
4. ENTER WORKING ORDER – Or grab at market price! Many times, if you are patient or if you enter a working order, then you can get a more lucrative position. Our trade signals normally reach an ITM ($30 profit per contract) or ATM ($40-60 profit per contract) before expiration of the trade.
There was a strike available on the Nadex platform at .7216
When I first pulled up the strike it was available for 70 and then dropped some over the next 10 minutes to 60 risk to make 40 profit. I entered the trade and it expired ITM.
I have also found that grabbing multiple strikes for each trade has given me around 100 profit per contract per trade. (This is something you will want to demo before going live with, but it is a great approach to taking these trades…another thing to think about is that if a trade does go against you on the ATM level, the ITM trades can make up for a loss very easily).