What is Rivkin Global?

With a Rivkin Global membership, you receive complete access to three distinct trading strategies. Choose the strategies you want to follow, and receive specific trade recommendations sent right to your mobile phone. Place those trade recommendations directly from your mobile device using our push trade service. Learn more about our push trade service here. There's nothing quite like it. 


The Momentum Strategy is a systematic strategy trading in the US S&P500. The strategy is based off of relative momentum, where the top ten momentum stocks in the S&P500 are held for a month and then rebalanced. 


*Past performance is no guide to future performance, figures based on historical compound returns. 



Rivkin Global’s FX and Liquid Markets Strategy is a 100% systematic trading strategy aimed to capture trending moves across major FX pairs and spot precious metals. By systematic, we mean that the entire trading process, from trade selection to trade management is governed by a set of defined rules, eliminating human discretion.



*Past performance is no guide to future performance, figures based on historical compound returns. 



Rivkin Global's Short-term Equity Strategy is based on the concept of mean reversion, which is the tendency for equity prices to hover around a moving average price in the short-term, with deviations away being quickly reversed. It is a long only strategy, meaning the strategy will buy stocks displaying short-term price weakness, and sell on signs of short-term price strength.

*Past performance is no guide to future performance, figures based on historical compound returns. 


How does Rivkin Global work?

Purchase a Rivkin Global membership to receive access to our exclusive mobile-friendly Members' Home, where you'll find existing trade analysis, ideas and recommendations, market updates, and much, much more. 




Customise The Feed to suit your preferences. Set the instruments you want analysis on and dictate when you receive analysis publication emails.


Receive specific trade recommendations via email and text message. When a trade opportunity occurs, you'll receive recommended quantities, entry types and stop loss positions as well as a complete analysis behind the set-up of the trade. You can place the trade directly from your mobile phone using our NEW push trade service. Learn more about the push trade service here. 

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FAQ
(for the cautious, the sceptical and the uninitiated)

What is Rivkin Global?
Rivkin Global, launched in 2009, is a subscription-only service that provides general trading advice in the form of trade recommendations to its members.

We recently implemented the instrument analysis tool in order to assist day-traders, traders and investors alike with additional actionable technical analysis and potential trading ideas, outside of our specific model account trade recommendations.

What instruments do you cover?
We continue to add new securities and markets regularly as our service grows. Currently we cover ASX and US listed stocks, global stock indices and commodities. 

How do I use the analysis tool?
The feed on the right hand side of the table updates as soon as a new article is published, and can be sorted by outlook, timeframe and last updated:

  • Instruments: The instrument will be identified by the ticker, with the feed only ever containing unique securities. Simply click on each instrument to read the analysis. Each security will be time and date stamped.
  • Outlook: Outlook can be either bullish (green), bearish (red), or neutral (orange). It is important to understand that the outlook is simply a guide with the intention to alert members to the direction we feel the next trading opportunity will come. It is important to read the text that accompanies each security, as there may be times whereby, while the outlook could be bullish, we'd still recommend waiting to buy on weakness. We will cover major markets, such as the ASX200, gold, oil, on a regular basis, while we will cover ASX stocks more so when we believe there are trading opportunities present.
  • Time-frame: The grey small D, W, or ID tags on the right hand side relate to either Daily, Weekly,or Intra-day timeframe for the analysis. Often there will be more than one, such as a daily and weekly chart.
  • Analysis history: The history for each security can also be tracked by clicking on the View History button beneath the charts within the main window. This will allow members to go back in time and see what we have written on each security.  

Do specific trade recommendations eventuate from the instrument analysis?
From time-to-time instruments that we have been writing analysis on will eventuate into a specific Rivkin Global recommendations. Rivkin Global recommendations are conditional on sufficient liquidity and overall model account risk limitations, hence why not all analysis will form actual Rivkin Global recommendations. For example, if we have already recommended a number of long equity positions, we would refrain from issuing similar new trades that would increase our directional exposure or risk.

How do the recommendations work?

  • How do I access and receive recommendations? Members receive login details to our exclusive online-only Members' Home where all trade recommendations and updates are published. Members receive emails when updates and trade recommendations are published, as well as "action required" SMSs. Members must log into the Members' Home to receive the details of the recommendations.
  • How often will I receive recommendations? The number of recommendations depends on what opportunities are available. Market conditions are constantly changing, ebbing and flowing from high activity to static. Because we attempt to capture trending moves, we will be trading more when markets are moving and less when prices enter a range. Furthermore, it is important to remember that we will only issue a trade recommendation if it fits our technical criteria. However, as a guide we recommend trades on average 15 times per month. The morning update will be sent every morning by 9:30am AEST, and if need be, another one again around 2:30pm AEST.
  • What do the recommendations look like? Every trade recommendation will state: what to buy or sell, the volume to trade, the method of entry, the entry price, a stop loss price and a target price (if there is one). We make things simple for members by providing a sample trade ticket (based off Rivkin Trader) which members can copy when placing their trade into their preferred platform. 

What's the difference between the instrument analysis tool and the trade recommendations?
The aim of the instrument analysis tool is to provide day-traders, traders and investors with actionable technical analysis and potential trading ideas. Our tool allows you to explore our notes, charts, bullish/bearish/neutral general view and choose to receive email updates when new analysis is published. 

Trade recommendations come in the form of an email and an SMS and will state: what to buy or sell, the volume to trade, the method of entry, the entry price, a stop loss price and a target price (if there is one). Our model portfolio follows our specific trade recommendations with real money.

Do I have to trade on Rivkin's platform?
While we recommend all Rivkin Global members trade using Rivkin Trader, there is no obligation to do so. If you trade using Rivkin Trader, you will receive complimentary phone dealing through our friendly Dealing and Relationship Managers during business hours AEST.

COMPLEX PRODUCT WARNING
This article contains information about foreign exchange contracts, which are considered complex financial products. Please click here to read ASIC's foreign exchange trading article before considering an investment in foreign exchange contracts. This article contains information about CFDs, which are considered complex financial products. Please click here to read ASIC's "Thinking of trading contracts for difference?" document before considering an investment in CFDs.