Every day, every week, every month, the market makes available unlimited amounts of money.
Our mission is to tap into that unlimited source.
Current Results May 2013: $ -1,164
May starts with a losing trade in the Australian Dollar.
A recent Commentary on few trade recommendations made: http://bit.ly/18JJecJ
Results Year-To- Date: $3,845
Results for April 2013: $ -415
If we are to have a losing month, under $500 is more than acceptable. What few traders realize is how markets have changed, at least for now, and many technical signs are simply not working. There is too much central planner intervention, and some of the lead markets are not true supply/demand reflections. When such situations occur, the only way to handle it is to exercise patience. We never trade for the sake of generating activity, and the decline in trades results from nothing more than a decrease in high degree trade selections. Sometimes, deciding not to trade is a better trade decision.
Results for March 2013: $ 2,020
Most of the markets we trade are non-trending. Risk is purposefully being kept small, and we are taking profits when opportune.
Results for February 2013: $-4,513
In January, we could do no wrong. In February, almost all trades went wrong. The one good aspect is that the average loss per trade was more than manageable. It was a function of the markets, a lack of trends, and trade selection. What worked in January did not work in February. Trade selection can always be improved.
Results for January 2013: $8,019
In transitioning to the new site, some of the past data was inadvertently deleted. Starting
January 2013, results shown here will function as a Model Portfolio from the
recommendations made in the Trade Recommendations pages. Prices shown will
reflect what could have been executed at the time a buy/sell recommendation was
posted. Individual results will vary, depending upon when recommendation notice
was received, and if executed.
Recommendation results are based upon two contracts per trade as a trading unit as half
positions are often closed out to lock in partial profits in successful moves. If a single
contract is intended for a particular trade, it will be so noted.