S&P 500 ATA Performance 2007-2017

Opinion    20 Year Chart    5 Year Chart    1 Year Chart

1) Performance dates 8 January 2007 through 31 December 2017

Recommended Starting Balance $25,000.00
Cumulative Net Profit
$310,008.00
Maximum Drawdown
($12,457.00)
Best  Year 2015   +225.15% $56,287.50
Worst Year 2012  +3.60% $900.00
2007-2017 Average   +112.73% $28,182.55
2017   +146.48% $36,620.50

1.1) Performance 

1.2) Monthly and Annual Performance

Disclosure

2) Automated Trading Accounts, what they are and how they work 

2.1) As our ATA Client you maintain control of

  • The market(s) you trade and when
  • The methodologies you trade
  • The level of leverage that suits your risk tolerance
  • The overall risk for your account

2.2) ATA Team responsibilities include 

  • Calculating entries, risk levels and profit objectives
  • Placing all orders and diligently overseeing executions, positions and balance
  • Monitoring total account risk to ensure it is within your defined guidelines
  • Ensuring everything is done correctly and assuming liability if it’s not
  • Answering all your questions on markets and methodologies

2.3) About this ATA

  • This ATA uses fully disclosed trading methodology
  • Trades with the trend long or short
  • Uses option collars that define risk on every trade and duration of every trading period
  • Trades in this ATA cannot be stopped out regardless of market volatility
  • The only way a position can be called away is at a profit
  • If the market stays the same this ATA hasn’t wasted precious investment capital on purchasing option time premium as it’s collecting approximately as much  time premium on the covered writes at the profit objectives, as it’s paying out on the purchased options that define maximum trade risk
  • Option collars can be offset at any time locking in gains and/or modified to capture more of the move or, reversed to capture a trend reversal.
  • Mark-to-market positions and balance are available online at any time
  • Statements are emailed daily disclosing positions, liquidating value and any trading activity
  • Monthly statements summarize all activity and end of month balance
  • Liquidity for ATA accounts in portion or all is 2 to 48 hours in any major currency
  • AIM ATA’s afford you the opportunity to modify markets, units you trade and your overall account risk level at any time
  • S&P 500 contract information, charts and quotes
  • Additional S&P guides, reports and videos
  • Other markets we trade ATA’s on in North America and Europe
  • Contact us with your questions
  • Schedule an online review

3) Disclosure of Trading Methodology
Section 3 will be updated by 15 December 2017

3.1) The S&P 500 T221 trades up to 5 trend following programs using “option collars” that define risk on every trade and for the duration of every trading period.

  • 2 short-term, trade duration 5 to 21 days
  • 2 medium-term, trade duration 22-45 days
  • 1 long-term, trade duration 46 to 90 days
  • Total margin requirements for this ATA is less than $12,500 USD or major currency equivalent per trading unit as all positions are fully hedged.

3.2) Skip “Disclosure of Trading Methodology and Current Fundamentals” and go directly to the risk/reward spreadsheet and instructions.

  • S&P 500 Collar Spreadsheet
  • Open with Excel
  • Click OK
  • Enable editing
  • Enable content
  • Play the instructional video embedded into right side of the spreadsheet

4) S&P 500 Spreadsheet Instructional Video & Trading Tools
Section 4 will be updated by 15 December 2017

4.1) S&P 500 Collar Spreadsheet
4.2) S&P contract specifications and information
4.3) Opinion
4.4) 1 Year chart using daily price data
4.5) 5 Year chart using weekly price data
4.6) 20 Year chart using monthly price data
4.7) Analysis 1
4.8) Analysis 2
4.9) Ranges
4.10) CME Futures Quotes
4.11) CME Options Quotes
4.12) Barchart Options Quotes

5) Defining overall risk for your Automated Trading Account

  • Should the account fall below your defined maintenance balance as of the settlement on any trading day our team will automatically liquidate all positions on or before the next settlement and report back to you.
  • If we fail to liquidate on or before the next settlement we would liable for any losses from that settlement forward
  • Trading Authorization is automatically revoked
  • Any new positions would be deemed unauthorized and transferred to the Asset Investment Management (AIM) error account immediately.

6) How Automated Trading Account incentive fees work

  • AIM Advisory & Risk Control Agreement
  • 0.00%  Front load
  • 0.00%  Management fee
  • 12.50% Of net new high profits quarterly
  • Net new highs (calculated after all brokerage, exchange and regulatory fees have been deducted including those on open positions)
  • Quarterly incentive fees have to be approved by the client prior to be deducted from the account

7) How to open an account

If you have questions send us a message or  schedule an online review  to speak with a broker who’ll  answer your questions and provide supporting links for additional information and/or verification.

 


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