Does it works in different countries stock markets?

Our indicators supports all markets that TradingView supports.

I am not getting any signals, how to configure indicator?

Please follow our guide to get started.

I am not getting as many signals as I want, what should I do?

Our indicators is aiming at high probability entries, so if signal is not showing it means there is not suitable entries. However you can uncheck filters in the options in order to see more signals. And also you can choose different timeframes to see other possible entries.

Do I have to have stock trading experience to start?

No, you don’t need. Although it’s important to focus on education so you can archive your financial goals.

Is it free to get started?

Yes for 30 days of the trial and then $29 per month afterwards.

How to start using charts and signals?

Please go to https://synergytrading.net/guide for instructions.

There are many options for the indicator, which one I need to use?

At the beginning you just need to use our default setting, that will be just fine. If you trading on 1 hour time frame or less, let say 5 min, if you see many signals you can turn on Volume filter, thats all. As more you become familiar with the system you can experiment other options depend on the ticker and timeframe. For strong fundamentals stocks we do not recommend to short trade.

Is this indicator usefull also for 3, 5, 15 and 30 minutes trades?

It works on all timeframes, even 1 minute (turn on filter by volume to erase noise signals), we suggest bigger timeframes to have higher probability.

When a signal appears, nedd I invest immediately or I must wait the next candle?

You can jump right away after seeing signal (for strong fundamental stocks), but in some volatile markets you may want to wait 1 more candle.

Wich percentage of success it provides?

Probability is up to 80% when buying strong fundamental stocks.

How to setup trade alert?

You can find guide in the free eBook and also you can follow steps in this video https://youtu.be/gDpNHeoMYwo .

At which price should I put stop loss and take profit?

Please refer to our free eBook after subscription.