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✔️ Get up to 5 stocks with the highest probabilities of a positive return delivered to your inbox everyday
✔️ Save hours per week by not having to scan for stocks yourself
✔️ Eliminate emotions from trading by using a systemized approach to generate consistent results
✔️ Receive a personalized trade journal with dashboard to track results
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How often will I receive stock picks?
The number of picks received throughout the week will vary.
For example, one week you may recieve 2 picks on Tuesday and 1 on Friday. And the next week you may receive 3 picks on Wednesday.
What if I have questions on how to use Quick Stockbets?
You can reach out to us here at anytime during the day and we'll respond back within 24 hours or less.
Are your signals long or short?
We have both long and short signals that vary throughout the week depending on the patterns detected for each stock.
For the 1 Day holding, is that a day trade where you close before the session close? Or do you hold it for one overnight period?
Yes, the 1 day holding is a day trade that you'd close out before the session close.
What about 2 or 3 day holding?
You would close out of the trade before session close on the 2nd or 3rd day depending on how long you’re holding.
I see that it shows how much of total capital should be allocated to the trade? But are there stop losses that are provided or does the trader just hold for the declared time frame and the loss is the loss even if it heavily goes against the trade?
Yes, we do provide the total capital to be allocated based on probabilities of the trade going in your favor.
For example, you have $10,000 in capital and the probability of a positive one day return is 58%. You'd bet 8% on that trade. 8% of $10,000 = $800 and if the stock is trading at $20 per share, you'd buy/short 40 shares.
The stop loss should be set by the trader depending on their risk tolerance. Therefore, if the trade is going against the trader and hits their stop loss, they should get out and not hold it for the declared time
New members are eligible for a full refund if membership is cancelled within 7 days of becoming a member. 14 day free trial and 21 day trial members excluded.
Once you become a member, you'll be automatically charged every 30 days for membership renewal.
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Once your account has been billed, all sales are final and there will be no refunds. Cancellations will pertain to the following month.
When you purchase a membership subscription at Quick Stockbets, you'll be automatically charged every 30 days for membership renewal.
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If you don’t want to renew a subscription you can cancel it at any time by contacting us here, emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can manage your subscription from your order confirmation email(s).
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Why Quick Stockbets?
We created Quick Stockbets simply because we wanted a systemized way of generating additional monthly income through short term bets in the stock market.
The system was created to make quick profits throughout the week to take care of bills, travel, grow our brokerage accounts and make other purchases that means something to us.
1. Highest probability
We select the top stocks that provide us with the best probability of achieving a positive return based on patterns we've detected along with various metrics. This ensures us with the highest chance of winning the trade.
The stocks we select have an average and current volume of 1 million or greater so that we can get in and out of the trade once we've hit our profit target.
3. Position sizing
For optimal betting, we use the Kelly Criterion which is a mathematical formula that helps calculate the percentage of total capital that should be allocated to a bet. This percentage tells us the position size we should take to help maximize the size of our bankroll over time and reduce the risk of major losses.
4. Short time frames
Our max duration of a trade is 3 days and the reason for this is because shorter time frames are more accurate than longer time frames. We might not achieve 20-30% returns on a single trade, but many 3, 5, and 10% bets add up over time while reducing the risk of losing profits by staying in a trade too long.
Quick Stockbets is not a registered investment, legal or tax advisor or a broker/dealer. All investment/financial opinions expressed by Quick Stockbets are from the personal research and experience of the owner of the site and are intended as educational material. Although best efforts are made to ensure that all information is accurate and up to date, occasionally unintended errors and misprints may occur.
Quick Stockbets in no way warrants the solvency, financial condition, or investment advisability of any of the securities mentioned in communications or websites. In addition, Quick Stockbets accepts no liability whatsoever for any direct or consequential loss arising from any use of this information.
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Our content is intended to be used and must be used for informational purposes only. It is very important to do your own analysis before making any investment based on your own personal circumstances. You should take independent financial advice from a professional in connection with, or independently research and verify, any information that you find on our website and/or communications and wish to rely upon, whether for the purpose of making an investment decision or otherwise.
Past performance is not a guarantee of future return, nor is it necessarily indicative of future performance. Keep in mind investing involves risk. The value of your investment will fluctuate over time and you may gain or lose money.