February 21, 2018 – NEoWave, Inc.’s Trading Services have significantly expanded to provide market advice on thousands of U.S. stocks, ETFs and Options as well as global equities. Previously, these Trading Services – led by NEoWave founder and advisor Glenn Neely – offered recommendations on only 4 markets: the S&P 500, Euro, Bonds and T-Notes. In stark contrast, the enhanced NEoWave Trading Services now offer detailed advice on thousands of markets in 4 broad categories: World Equities, Fixed Income & Real Estate, Commodities and Currencies.
Today’s vastly expanded NEoWave Trading Services now provide many more opportunities for profitable trades. In addition, NEoWave has dropped Futures markets, a decision based on limited customer interest and Futures’ extreme leverage. NEoWave’s upgraded services now offer advice on thousands of U.S. Stocks, ETFs and Options.
“Options allow our customers with smaller accounts to leverage potential returns while minimizing risk and follow strategies that were previously impossible with Futures and Stocks alone,” says Glenn Neely. “For example, traders can collect premiums while a market trades sideways. We can lock-in profits using married Call and Put strategies. We can also Short markets without paying dividends and still limit risk. These are all extremely important capabilities toward preserving capital and deriving profit.” Neely adds, “The tremendous opportunities created by our expansion into thousands of markets, the addition of Options strategies and the elimination of Futures markets will have a profound long-term impact on our ability to help NEoWave customers make money and protect profits.” Those interested in experiencing the expanded NEoWave Trading Services can subscribe to a 2-week Trial Subscription. Click to learn more.
Backed by 30 years of experience as a trading advisor and Elliott Wave forecaster, Glenn Neely’s NEoWave Trading Services continue to focus on effective trades and capital preservation. In fact, his decades-long track record has been closely followed by “Timer Digest,” which ranked him as Top Timer in the S&P, Bonds and Gold markets in its 2018 Special Annual Report: