Risk Disclosure

This disclosure is provided by TRED, a provider of technical analysis tools (“TRED“), to inform users of its software and services (“TRED Tools“) about the risks associated with trading and the use of such software. Before using our Software, please carefully read and understand the following:

Important Notice: Before using any trading software, it is crucial to understand and acknowledge the associated risks. Trading in financial markets involves substantial risk, and the use of trading software can amplify these risks. This Risk Disclosure Statement aims to provide you with a comprehensive overview of potential risks associated with trading software. Please read this statement carefully before using any trading software.


1. Market Risk:

Trading software may provide access to various financial markets, including stocks, forex, commodities, and cryptocurrencies. These markets can be highly volatile, and the value of assets can fluctuate significantly, resulting in substantial gains or losses.


2. Technical Risk:

Trading software relies on technology, including servers, internet connections, and software stability. Technical glitches, server outages, or internet connectivity issues can disrupt trading activities and result in losses.


3. Algorithmic Trading Risk:

Automated trading algorithms can execute trades at high speeds, leading to unintended consequences. Market conditions can change rapidly, and algorithms may execute trades that result in unexpected losses.


4. System Failure:

The software itself may encounter bugs, errors, or system failures that can lead to unintended trades or loss of data. It is essential to use reliable and well-maintained software.


5. Overleveraging:

Trading software may provide the option to use leverage, which can amplify gains but also increase the potential for significant losses. Overleveraging can lead to margin calls and account liquidation.


6. Lack of Control:

Automated trading systems may execute trades without human intervention, potentially leading to unintended consequences. It is essential to monitor and control automated strategies effectively.


7. Market Liquidity:

Some assets may have limited liquidity, making it challenging to execute large trades at desired prices. Illiquid markets can result in slippage, where trades are executed at less favorable prices than expected.


8. Regulatory Risk:

The regulatory environment for trading varies by jurisdiction and can change over time. Users of trading software must stay informed about applicable regulations and comply with them.


9. Past Performance is Not Indicative of Future Results:

Historical performance data provided by trading software should not be taken as a guarantee of future success. Market conditions change, and past performance does not guarantee future profits.


10. Psychological Impact:

The constant monitoring of trades and exposure to market fluctuations can have psychological effects. Emotional reactions can lead to impulsive trading decisions, which may result in losses.


11. Education and Research:

Trading software users are responsible for their own trading decisions. It is advisable to have a good understanding of trading principles and conduct thorough research before using any trading software.


12. Risk Management:

Effective risk management strategies, including stop-loss orders and position sizing, are essential to mitigate potential losses when using trading software.

By using trading software, you acknowledge and accept these risks. It is recommended to consult with a financial advisor and practice responsible risk management when engaging in trading activities. Only trade with funds that you can afford to lose.

Disclaimer: This Risk Disclosure Statement is for informational purposes only and does not constitute financial or investment advice. Trading involves inherent risks, and past performance is not indicative of future results. You should consult with a qualified financial advisor and conduct your research before making trading decisions.

Always read and understand the terms and conditions provided by the trading software provider, as they may contain additional information regarding risks and responsibilities.