FOREX "Golden Opportunity"
High Return / Low Risk
The software, or trading robot, delivers an average of over ten percent gain per month. It has done so in twenty four months of simulated testing using virtual money and historical data. It has done so in many accounts since January of 2008 using real money and live data. So far, the worst month was April, where it only returned 3% (which would be 36% annually).
Performance of the real accounts has closely matched what was predicted by the test data. The chart below shows the early history of a $10,000 account which had 346 trades in it’s first two weeks:
That’s from $10,000 to $12,500 in two weeks; fifty percent per month. The software has parameters that can be set to adjust risk and corresponding gain (both up or both down). This particular account was set towards the high side. An account opened with one million dollars in March, with conservative parameters, went up to $1,121,000 in three weeks. That’s just over 200% annually.
There is data for many of the other live accounts, but it’s pretty much the same. It’d be boring if it weren’t money.
We can provide access to this fund in exchange for shared participation in the returns, a joint venture. We are looking for someone who is open to a win-win scenario such as that just described. Of course, all of the appropriate legal structures will be used to create this new company.
Background: A couple of gentlemen have developed a patent-pending methodology, and a set of trading rules (software) that implements it, on an industry-standard (Windows-based) trading platform. We have a business contact who is one of the very few people who have access to the software, or even knows of it’s existence. He has a license to use their software in a hedge fund he is about to open. This fund has limited enrollment and is expected to fill quickly. He has offered us the opportunity of participating and thereby profiting.
The Foreign Exchange market is many times the size of the American Stock Market. Here’s a quote from the Wikipedia article on the subject:
“The foreign exchange (currency or forex or FX) market exists wherever one currency is traded for another. It is by far the largest financial market in the world, and includes trading between large banks, central banks, currency speculators, multinational corporations, governments, and other financial markets and institutions. The average daily trade in the global forex and related markets currently is over US$ 3 trillion.”
When an account gets to a certain size, it makes sense to split it into two and trade each one individually. While this is not practical to do with a human trader, it’s no big deal for the software. When more trading capacity is needed, it’s just a matter of buying more hardware. The cost of doing so is trivial.
The trading robots do occasionally take a stop loss. Multiple robots trading smaller accounts reduce the effect of these offsets. Overall, the performance is about the same, but the “beta”, the volatility of the total account balances, is lower. Most people consider that a good thing.
You can see two stop losses in the Image 1 chart (above), one just before the trade 260 tick mark and the other around the trade 332 one. There is also a sharp up tick just to the right of the first stop loss. That’s a significant gain that occurs when a stop loss is narrowly avoided. Both kinds of up and down blips occur on a regular, but unpredictable, basis in the normal course of trading.
Another view of stop losses can be seen in the chart below, which is for the million dollar account mentioned earlier and covers 1269 trades over 21 days. Please note that this chart is scaled (zoomed-in) to highlight the range of trading balance values. The opening of the account is just to the left of the chart. The bottom of the chart is 968,920 dollars, not zero. The big dip is actually a loss of only around 8%. The software has been improved since then. Today, stop losses occur more rarely, and when they do happen, the offset is closer to 2%.
Enlarge Image 2
The information above is part of the standard account report produced by the trading platform. We will have realtime access to this information for any of our accounts.
As you’ve already noticed, even with these occasional blips, the robot produces a very steady and consistent profit. Other than the growth rate, the graphs look more like what you’d get for a bank CD than anything you’d expect from a trading account.
And therein lies the beauty: No human could trade this consistently. No other software we know of can trade this well.
The “we know of” is the operative part here. There are other programs like this one out there. They are kept a closely-guarded secret used every day to make lots of money for the few who are fortunate enough to have access to one. The opportunity to join those ranks is not afforded many and is not open long.
There is, of course, more. Contact us if you’d like to take this further.