other than market price alone defines the current direction of the market. When traders use the MTS™ trend following system to identify market direction and expectancy statistics, they have an edge to evaluate the strength and duration of the trend, which introduces the third component of trend following: current market volatility. The second and third components are tied closely together. For example, if the strength of the market is weak and expectancy duration is short, then investors should make smaller investments or be in cash until market conditions can support a larger investment over a longer period of time. Trend Following Stocks gives traders clear signals when to BUY, SELL or HOLD a stock, giving them an advantage when it comes to managing their money and their trades—how and when to get in, how much to trade over the course of the trend, and when to get out.
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