Stay Engaged in Your Trading

As a trader or investor, you want your money to work for you. Hence, you constantly have to find assets with preferred trade setups on your preferred time frames to trade.

Unfortunately, long-term investors have a big disadvantage over the day trader or swing trader by trading for less return and accepting a higher risk. Check our WebPage post and feature presentation: Learn to Trade it is Never too Late

Here is an overview table, how we keep you engaged as day traders with a 24-hour schedule, where you pick and choose the individual element and time frames:

NeverLossTrading 24-Hour Time Table

Time EST




2:30 a.m. – 9 a.m.

Futures Trading

Display NLT Day Trading Alert Focus Futures.

Reference with the DAX 30-Minute Chart.

8:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.

Watch for News Announcements that might affect your planned trade positions.


Check Pre-Market Prices.

Check for Pre-Market Movers .

Check for red highlighted News Announcements .

Prepare your orders from your:

Check pre-market prices and do not run after gap openings.

Prepare OCO or Bracket Orders and send them to the exchanges of your choice prior to market opening.

9:30 a.m.

Trade at market opening from confirmed daily signals and confirmed last hour mover signals.

Have your orders in the market, so you can participate on strong price move so they happen: OCO or Bracket Orders on Stocks.

Single Orders on Options.

9:40 a.m.

Orders for pre-market movers and day trading symbols with signals.

Have selected assets on the screen.

Place buy-/sell stop orders.


10:00 a.m.

Check for Price Breakout Movers with a first hour signals.

Upload Price Breakout Movers into your watch list to scan for opportunities to trade.

11:00 a.m.

Check for Price Breakout Movers.

Scan for 1-Hour signals.

Watch list scan.

NLT Top-Line scan.

12:00 a.m.

Check for Price Breakout Movers.

Scan for 1-Hour signals.

Watch list scan.

NLT Top-Line scan.

1 p.m.

Have your scan or morning evaluation ready to enter new trades.

Scan for opportunities prior to 1 p.m. set alerts and participate in trades so they arise.

3 p.m.

Check on closing out option positions you day traded.

Check open positions on the monitor.

Check level II price offers on the Option grid and place your orders

3: 30 p.m.

Start closing out day trading positions.

Check open positions on the monitor.

Check level II price offers and place your orders

9: 00 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.

Prepare to part take AUD moves on a 10-minute chart.

Single chart on screen.

Preparation of the watch lists for next day.

11:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Opportunistic Futures trading from the 1-hour chart. 

Have focus futures from the NLT HF Alert on the screen.


It is a challenge for every trader to constantly scan the markets for opportunities:

  • From the about 40, 000 stocks traded in the US, which ones show an institutional initiated price move?
  • Do all stocks provide favorable trade conditions, given their volume, share of institutional holding, bid/ask spread, holding options or not, their P/E ratio or P/C ratio?
  • Which Futures or Forex contracts indicate the desired trade setup and how to trade them best?

New traders at times limit themselves by only trading a couple of assets, but what to do if those do not show a price move, you might miss participating in a chance that arise in gold or crude oil.

Many questions that you have to answer on your own or you decide to rely on a subscription service or trading-system-inherent-market-scanners, which help you to find those opportunities.

There are various subscription services available for:

  • Day Traders: Stocks, Options, ETF's, Futures, Forex
  • Stock Traders: Stocks for Short-Term Trading, Swing Trading, Long-Term Investments
  • Long-Term Investors: Receive a 1-5 week perspective for, Stocks, Options, Futures, Forex

The choices is yours, but in any case, prepare to have a heat seeking finder, telling you which assets have strong individual price moves to pick them and to trade when they move.

The repots you can obtain vary from simple reports listing symbols to trade to very detailed reports that relate to:

  • Defined entries, exits, stops, returns, options prices and more.
  • Others just list the symbols of interest and you work out the details on your own.

Check for solutions: Learn to Trade it is Never too Late

We hope, we can inspire you to bring up the discipline to follow the steps explained in our publication.

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The risk of trading securities, options, futures can be substantial. Customers must consider all relevant risk factors, including their own personal financial situation before trading. In our teaching of how to trade the markets, in our newsletters, webinars and our involvement in the Investment Clubs, neither NOBEL Living, LLC, the parent company of Never Loss Trading, or any of the speakers, staff or members act as stockbrokers, broker dealers, or registered investment advisers. We worked out trading concepts that benefit us greatly and share them through education with our members and clients.



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