Striker Securities Systems
Trading systems are run on computers or servers and linked to an exchange for trading. Developers will send systems revisions (updates) as they see fit. Revisions can be instant messaged to Striker as developers modify stop orders as well.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why should I trade a system?
Trading the futures and equity markets using a trading system provides the discipline to overcome the fear and greed that in many cases paralyzes a trader and prevent making timely decisions. Each order placed is governed by a pre-determined set of rules that does not deviate based on anything other than market action.
What should I consider?
Like all kinds of tools, trading systems if not used properly, can be dangerous to the trader’s economic health. The trader should evaluate tolerance to high-risk futures trading, risk capital and the ability to withstand equity draw-down as well as the cost in terms of both time and money to trade in the futures markets.
How much money do I need?
The minimum deposit to open a futures trading account varies by the broker. In addition, the prospective trader should only consider opening a futures account when the trader has enough risk capital, due to the leverage in futures trading.