• Indicator For Day Trading Gold

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    February 25, 2017 /  Forex and Trading
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    Attention traders – if you have ever wanted a gold (GLD) indicator for NinjaTrader or TradeStation, there’s a new, fully-automated system / method called the Gold Line.

    What does the Gold Line do? When trading, the Gold Line indicator tells you when to go long and short by plotting a line across a GLD chart on either NinjaTrader or TradeStation. This new indicator allows traders to stay on the correct (profitable) side of trades: stay with long trades when price is above the Line, and go with short trades when price falls below the Line. This price action behavior is the only rule a trader needs to remember. Price action method techniques go hand-in-hand with this indicator.

    Here’s why the Gold Line is the best indicator for GLD trading:

    * Fully automated indicator – easy to install, use and understand. No parameters to change; no configuration; nothing to cause confusion.

    * Affordable – for less than $100 a month, you can use the Line whenever the market is open. Six month licenses are available.

    * Proprietary software – no other indicator on the market can offer its exclusive functionality

    * Free customer support

    * Compatible with other indicators – the Line is identical in operation with NinjaTrader and TradeStation.

    Whatever platform you’re using, rest assured that you’re getting the premier gold trading indicator. The Line does not change during the trading day once it begins plotting. You’ll see how price interacts with the Line, bouncing off of it to maximize profits. Signals are given for when you should enter and leave the market. Free webinars offer you the chance to see the Line before before you buy. Interact and ask all of the questions you’d like.

    Want to find out more? The offical website is . See demonstration videos at the YouTube account (go to and search for user goldlinetrader).

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