We are providing mathematically accurate price targets for smart trading and investing in the forex, crypto and stock markets.
The forecasting method is based on the concept that the market reversal points (tops and bottoms) are related by the mathematical principles and that there are no single market top or bottom cannot be explained by that principles. By applying a certain mathematical analysis to the historical tops and bottoms, the future price extremes, that will serve as price targets, can be accurately projected.
The price target forecast generated by the trading system displays its values graphically as lines, and is resulted in sloping or horizontal rays (forecasting lines) plotted to the right of the last price bar on the chart projecting a position of the future tops or bottoms over time.
At every moment of time there is a forecast of both the future top and the future bottom - the upper and the lower price targets that have the same forecasting power. This allows for modelling the price movement between opposite targets, for assessing risk before actual trading commences, for applying a sensible stop-loss or a pyramiding strategy.
Our main objective was to compute precise price targets that an investor can heavily rely on, i.e., to practically forecast a price target with 100% accuracy—for any other percentage makes a speculative trading senseless. That task seemed to be absolutely impossible with regard to forecasting a static point (time and price), while it became quite realizable with regard to computing a price target linear dynamics over time.
20 years of experience
Unique proprietary price targets calculation technology
Forex, crypto and stock price targets service launched - Jun
ITF (Intraday Trend Forecast) service suspended - Aug
Managed accounts service launched - Jun
PTFS (Price Target Forecast + Signals) service launched - Oct
FFT service suspended - Mar
ITF (Intraday Trend Forecast) service launched - Jun
STF service suspended - May
FFT (Forex Forecast for Tomorrow) service launched - Feb
STFS service suspended - Nov
STF (Short-Term Forecasts) service launched - Dec
Managed accounts service suspended - Jan
STFS (Short-Term Forecast/Signals) service launched - Jan
Website launch - Mar
Managed accounts service launched - Apr