Simplemente S&P 500 Day Trader, how does it work?

Simplemente S&P 500 Day Trader, how does it work?


After many months of testing, our S&P 500 DayTrader Strategy is ready for the TradeStation App store! 

Many of our clients have expressed a desire to be able to trade the mini S&P and we believe the ‘Simplemente S&P DayTrader’ fits the bill.

We have made an incredible amount of improvements to our algorithms in the past few months, and we know once you have had a chance to see the Strategy in action, you will agree.


Strategy Highlights:


*Complete code revision to be able to work efficiently on the TradeStation platform.

*Synthetic Renko bars built-in to allow for a larger Renko size entry, with a smaller Renko size exit reducing individual trade draw downs.

*The ability to change and adjust the Renko bars as desired.

*Money management tools to help you conform the strategy to you personal trading goals.

*The ability to chose market or limit orders.

*Signal strength tools to adjust the strategy to current market conditions.

*Targets for both profit and losses per day, and per trade.

*Custom Renko trade filters to improve performance.


This is only a few of the highlights of a system that has been completely reinvented. Our other current DayTrader algorithms will be replaced with this time tested strategy.

In the coming weeks, we will also looking to launch our new and improved system on other future symbols as well as the NinjaTrader 8 platform!


See the algorithm in action below!



Click below to access the Strategy in the TradeStation App Store, 7 days Free Trial:



If you have any questions about this or any of our other trades tools, please fee free to contact us at any time at

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