Index, Forex and Diversified Trading

using simple mechancial solutions


Brent Penfold trading since 1983
and helping others since 2001!

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Fx24



FX24
I released Fx24 in 2015.

Fx24 represents the collection of my preferred forex/currency trading strategies.

Although I did not formally name my preferred forex collection "Fx24" until 2015, the models existence and continuing evolution commenced in 2008 with my model Key Level.

Fx24 is the model behind ForexALERT's daily signal newsletter service. A daily newsletter I have been publishing since 2009.

Fx24 trades a portfolio of systems containing the following strategies;

- Strategy # 1: Released 2008. KL - (Key Level) Retracement Trend Trading, symmetrical, buy and sell.
- Strategy # 2: Released 2009. KB - (Key Breakout) Breakout Trend Trading, symmetrical, buy and sell.
- Strategy # 3: Released 2010. KS - (Key Swing) Mean Reversion, symmetrical, buy and sell only.


Fx24 is a 100% mechanical medium-term trend and counter-trend (mean reversion) trading methodology.

Fx24 trades the five main currency pairs: Euro Currency (EUR/USD), British Pounds (GBP/USD), Japanese Yen (JPY/USD), Swiss Francs (CHF/USD) and Australian Dollar (AUD/USD).

Fx24 is only available from attending my educational Fx24 Workshop.

Please refer to my Workshop page for updates on when I hold this particular Workshop.


ForexALERT
Alternatively for those who are time poor, traders can receive the daily signals by subscribing to ForexALERT.

Please note that ForexALERT only shares the entry, stop and exit instructions. It does not disclose the individual strategy set-ups.


Last updated*: 19th April, 2017.

Fx24's Hypothetical Performance* on a global currency futures







Warning
* Please be aware these performance figures are hypothetical only, are in AUD and show the results of trading 1 futures contract per signal. Hypothetical results may under, or over compensated for the impact, if any, of certain market conditions, such as but not limited to, poor liquidity, poor execution, competitive or expensive brokerage etc. There are no guarantees these performance figures will continue to behave in the future as they have in the past and accordingly you should expect the worst draw down to be in the future and is therefore unknown. Traders need to determine, with or without the assistance of a licensed financial adviser as to whether future trading opportunities supported by these hypothetical performance figures are appropriate for them given their particular needs, financial situation and investment objectives. Traders need to be very aware there is risk of loss in futures trading and that hypothetical, historic or actual results do not indicate future success.

 





Disclaimer: Active trading carries a high level of risk and may not be suitable for all people. The high degree of leverage provided by futures can work against you as well as work for you. Before deciding to trade you should carefully consider your investment objectives, level of experience, and risk appetite. The possibility exists that you could sustain a loss of some or all of your risk capital and therefore you should not trade money that you cannot afford to lose. You should be aware of all the risks associated with active trading and seek advice from an independent financial adviser if you have any doubts. Past performance is no assurance of future performance.

Under Chapters 6D and 7 of Australia’s Corporations Act 2001 I am authorised to carry on a financial services business to provide general advice on futures to Australian wholesale clients. Accordingly any opinions, conclusions and or other information expressed by myself do not contain personal advice. Visitors will need to with, or without the assistant of a person licensed to give personal advice, to determine whether any general advice expressed by myself is appropriate for them given their particular needs, financial situation and investment objectives.