Frequently Asked Questions

What exactly do I get as a TraderHR Premium Member?

As a member you get Premium Trade Ideas, included with trading plan and chart analysis. Access to trading room, video lectures, ebook,…

How often will I receive a Watch list?

You will receive swing trading watch lists 3-5 times per week, complete with clearly illustrated trading plans and charts. The actual number of trade setups you receive depends on market conditions and may vary.

 How can I cancel my membership?

You can stop your subscription from renewing, with no obligation from Account page or by emailing us at info@traderhr.com or by contacting via the contact form on the website. Once we receive your request, you will no longer be charged. Your access, however, will continue until the end of your paid-up period.

What do I do if I forget my login or password?

You can retrieve your password via the “Lost your password” link on the login page. You may also contact support at info@traderhr.com

What do I do if I forget my login or password?

You can retrieve your password via the “Lost your password” link on the login page. You may also contact support at info@traderhr.com

 What is technical analysis?

Technical analysis is a methodology for forecasting the direction of prices through the study of past market data(statistics), primarily price and volume.

What are inverse ETFs?
Inverse ETFs allow you to profit from declines in the stock market. These ETFs appreciate in value when the price of their underlying index or commodity decreases.

What are ETFs?
An exchange-traded fund (ETF) is an investment fund, traded on stock exchanges that tracks an index, bond, commodity, or basket of assets. Like an index fund, it trades close to its net asset value over the course of the trading day. ETFs may be attractive as investments because of their low costs.

What are leveraged ETFs?
Leveraged ETFs amplify the returns of an underlying index. These exchange-traded funds aim to maintain a constant amount of leverage during the investment time frame, such as a 2:1 or 3:1 ratio. For example, ProShares Ultra S&P500 (SSO) corresponds to two times (2x) the daily performance of the S&P 500. One must remember that these ETFs do not amplify the annual returns of an index, but only the daily, percentage change of the underlying index. This means that holding leveraged ETFs over a longer period is inherently risky.

What does “Long” and “Short” mean in trading?
You have two ways to trade a stock. When one makes a long trade, one is purchasing shares in anticipation of them increasing in value to sell them later for a profit. When one makes a short trade or sells something short, one borrows the shares and sells them on the stock market in anticipation of the stock price falling. This provides the short seller the opportunity to buy the shares back at a lower price, therefore profiting from the difference.

What does a “Bull“ and “Bear“ mean in the stock market?
In a bull market, there is an assumption that stocks will continue to rise in price, while in a bear market, the assumption is that stocks will fall in price.

What kind of support do you offer subscribers?
We offer 24-hour e-mail support for our members.

Acronyms used in discussion room.
ATR – Average True Range, BTW – By the Way, EMA – Exponential Moving Average, ER – Earnings Report, ETF – Exchange Traded Fund, GM – Good Morning, GTC – Good Till Cancel, H& S – Head and Shoulders pattern, HOD – High of Day, LOD – Low of Day, MA – Moving Average, NP – No Problem, R – Resistance, S – Support, SMA – Simple Moving Average, SL– Stop Loss,  TG / TGT / TGTS / TGS – Target.