We recently sent an email to new subscribers explaining that the first few days of receiving our signals might feel daunting, given that you are probably entering up to 4 trades a day. We sent the below to explain that this is temporary. Once the system is up and running, it's quite easy to manage.
Now that we have this fancy blog, we thought to post some New Subscriber Advice here.
This is what we said:
"It probably feels tedious right now! We send four signals, you work to get them all in. Then don't forget to enter all those exit orders. And gosh, we are going to send four more tomorrow... It *is* tedious now. We hear you. That's because you're filling out your portfolio with new trades from our system.
BUT! Once you have 10 or 20 open trades in your portfolio (we recommend 5% to 10% of your trading principle for each trade), then you won't be doing this every day. The average trade duration is around 8 to 10 days. So, every few days you may have a trade close and then you can open a new one. It's a lot easier at cruising altitude.
When it's cruising, we have days go by without much action. Closer to options expiration, things pick up. Then they settle down again. When markets are volatile (like now) things are a little busier as well.
So... if you're already tired of entering all these orders and GTC orders, don't worry. It'll cool down once your portfolio is full.
As always, please feel free to reach out to us with any questions."
Cheers and happy trading!
Marc and Laura
No Guess Trading LLC