FAQ

What types of trades can I expect from this service?

The Nova-X portfolio focuses on the best technology stocks from a wide net of sub-sectors including mobile, internet, biotech, computing software and hardware, cloud and big data just to name a few . Trades will be long positions broken into two groups: “Core Holdings and Strategic Growth.” Core Holdings will include mid to large cap growth stocks (and the occasional ETF) designed to provide a solid base. However, our primary focus will be on Strategic Growth stocks from small, under-the-radar companies designed to appreciate rapidly over the next 12 months or more.

How should I allocate my portfolio funds to the recommendations made in this service?

Nova-X doesn’t recommend investing specific amounts of money or percentages into portfolio positions. Each recommendation comes with enormous profit potential, so you are encouraged to perform your own due diligence in determining how to allocate investment funds.

What do I do if I miss an alert?

If you believe that you have not received an alert in your e-mail, your first step should be to check the Money Map Press website. Look for the name of the service you subscribe to, and within its individual page, there will be a link to “Alerts” or “Alert Archives.” This list includes every e-mail alert sent under the given publication, organized by date. If you have missed one or more alerts listed on the archives, contact the Customer Service department at 855.509.6600. You may also need to update the spam-blocking filter on your e-mail settings. Click here to learn how: http://moneymappress.com/whitelist-us/

I cannot find a recommended stock in the online portfolio. What should I do?

As soon as a recommendation is made by one of our editors, the pick will appear in the online portfolio. If it has been more than 24 hours and you can’t find it in the portfolio, contact us at research@moneymappress.com or 855.509.6600 to find out if the recommendation is still active. If a stop-loss was recommended and triggered, then the position will automatically close and be removed from the portfolio of open positions.

How do I know the status of a recommendation as “buy,” “sell” or “hold?”

Each online portfolio has a column for “Comments,” which the editors use to differentiate from “buy” and “hold” positions. A “sell” would be moved to the closed portfolio. If you have any questions, call the research team at 855.509.6600 or email them at research@moneymappress.com.

What do I do if I am having difficulty trading on a recommendation?

The Money Map Press Research team is available to answer your questions regarding trade recommendations. Just call 855.509.6600 or email research@moneymappress.com.

Who can I call for assistance with account-related questions?

Money Map Press has a dedicated group of customer service representatives available from 9:00a.m. – 5:00p.m., Monday-Friday, Eastern Time, to assist you with any account-related issues you may be having. This would include changing your password, updating account information, or simply making sure that you are receiving email alerts. Customer service can be reached at novaxreport@MoneyMapPressInfo.com or 855.509.6600.

What is the difference between a trailing stop and a calendar stop?

Stops have long been considered among the best tools in the investor’s toolbox. We use these to protect our investments from crashes. A “trailing stop” follows the high price from inception. If we buy XYZ stock for $10.00 and set a trailing stop of 25%, then the initial stop will be $7.50. Should the security drop below $7.50 without increasing above $10.00, our stop will be triggered and the position will be closed. However, if the security moves to, say, $16.00, our trailing stop will rise to $12.00 (25% below the high price), and if the security drops to $12.00, the position is closed.
Sometimes we will recommend placing a calendar stop. Rather than following the price, a calendar stop simply determines how long we will hold the position before closing it.

My broker does not recognize the ticker symbol you have provided me. What do I do?

If your are having difficulty finding one of our ticker symbols through your broker, your first step should be to call your broker’s customer service department and list for them the name and ticker symbol of the security or option that you are attempting to trade. This should solve this issue. However, if you continue to have difficulty, call the research team at Money Map Press at (855.509.6600) or email research@moneymappress.com.

What is meant when a company is “yielding?”

Dividend yield is the amount of dividends paid out annually by that company. If ABC company and XYZ company each pay a total $2 in annual dividends, and ABC trades for $20 and XYZ for $10, then ABC’s yield will be 10.00% and XYZ’s yield will be 20.00%.

What is a “free trade?”

When one of our positions doubles, our editors often recommend a “free trade.” That’s when we sell half of our position and lift any stop protection and allow our profits to ride the market. For example: if we buy 100 shares of ABC at $10 (a $1,000 position), and three months later, ABC is trading for $20, we will sell 50 shares at $20 ($1,000) and maintain 50 shares valued at $1,000 in our position.

What does “enter a lowball order” mean?

To maximize profitability on a position, an editor will often recommend “entering a lowball order” or “entering a limit order” at a price that is lower than the current price. This means that the recommendation is to place an order with your broker to buy at the moment the security or option drops to the desired price. So if XYZ stock is trading at $12.00 and the recommendation is to “enter a lowball order of $10.00 GTC,” you will place an order to buy under $10.00, and the order is good ’til canceled (GTC). As soon as XYZ dips below $10.00, your order will be filled at the number of shares specified.

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