Frequently Asked Questions
What time will I be able to log in to see the updates for the days markets?
- No later than 09:29 EST (NYSE Market opening time). Of course, it is typically updated much earlier.
What if I don't see new updates for the day?
- As stated above, we have daily signals posted before the markets open. Please be sure to clear your browser cache and refresh our membership page.
What can I expect to see once I join?
- Please review our mock/example page here
What is the expected trading time frame for your daily S&P directional signals?
- The daily signal is valid for that day based on our criteria of the current market pressure
What is the expected trading time frame for your swing trade stock picks?
- Some swing trades can range from an hour holding time all the way up to a few weeks. Average is about five to ten days
What makes Edvesting.com different from the other signal providers?
- We have maintained a high ranking reputation with our services for over the past ten years (since 2007). We provide the best value to our customers by offering intra-day traders, swing traders, as well as longer term investors (or those wishing to maintain their own 401K or other retirement accounts). Furthermore, since inception, our annual percentages have continued to beat the S&P average as well as keeping a high level of accuracy (85%-90%) for our daily signals and swing trade picks. No other signal service provider out there has kept this consistent of a track record. And finally, it only costs our monthly subscribers LESS THAN A DOLLAR A DAY for all of this!
What is your primary focus at Edvesting for deciding to enter or exit a trade?
- Unlike other signal providers that use lagging indicators or guesswork, we pay special attention to the heavy volume areas (ie: Dark Pools, Market makers, large volume orders, etc). When this collaborates with areas of support/resistance combined with the underlying fundamentals going on in the market at that time - will generate a directional signal. Timing also plays a role according to market statistics.
What is the definition of a "Pattern Day Trader"?
- FINRA defines a Pattern Day Trader as "any customer who executes four or more day trades within five business days, provided the number of day trades is more than 6% of the total trades in the account during that period". However, many brokers simply define a pattern day trader as any customer who executes four or more day trades within five business days.
What is a "Day Trade"?
- A day trade is the purchasing and selling or the selling short and purchasing to cover of the same security on the same day (including pre- and post-market) in a margin account except for:
- A long security position held overnight and sold the next day prior to any new purchase of the same security, or
- A short security position held overnight and purchased the next day prior to any new sale of the same security.
Will "Pattern Day Traders" be required to have a margin account?
- Yes, all Pattern Day Traders must have a margin account and will be required to maintain $25,000 equity in order to continue Pattern Day Trading.