ATA Performance

1) Contact me with a date and time and I’ll walk you through any of the programs below when we’re done, you’ll be able to duplicate trades and verify performance for any program, please allow 20 to 40 minutes.

Top Ranked Automated Trading Accounts (ATAs)
Program Minimum Account Start     Date Average    Per Year Maximum Draw 2018 2019
FXC $100,000 2007 78.04% -25.07% 86.19% 7.63%
FXC 2X $50,000 2007 156.08% -50.14% 172.38% 15.27%
S&PNC $35,000 2011 102.07% -54.45% 135.42% 37.09%
LSR $30,000 2015 94.49% -47.39% 132.04% 16.25%
GCNC $30,000 2009 98.76% -39.68% 66.84% 39.61%
WFXNC $25,000 2010 115.17% -48.77% 214.30% 21.38%
FXNC $25,000 2012 94.53% -51.89% 159.75% 15.95%
FXCA $25,000 2007 133.12% -54.85% 149.22% 10.31%
S&PC $25,000 2007 115.31% -49.83% 119.50% 43.45%
GCC $25,000 2005 101.88% -49.10% 66.01% 24.75%
LSR Mini $10,000 2015 94.54% -47.36% 131.94% 16.72%

  Suspended/Closed Programs    Risk Disclosure     Defining Account Risk  

3) ATA account structure (ATA = Automated Trading Account)

My Team places all orders, monitors all trades and ensures your account stays within your defined guidelines. You define the markets you want traded, the level of leverage that suits your risk tolerance and your overall account risk.

4) Mutually beneficial fee structure

The advisors who direct trades in the ATA programs base compensation on 12.50% of net new high profits quarterly, there is no management fee.

5) Risk control

With ATAs you can define your maximum account risk before the first trade goes on. This is done by setting an initial and maintenance balance when you open the account. In the event your maintenance balance is hit, the account is automatically liquidated on or before the next settlement and losses contained, if we fail to liquidate on or before the next settlement we’re liable.

6) Ability to trade long or short

Unlike ETFs, Mutual Funds & Individual Stocks that are difficult to short, the markets traded in our ATA’s are just as easy to trade short as long, all are extremely liquid with near 24 hour a day trading sessions.

6.1) Why Trade Index Futures instead of ETFs?
6.2) What is a Futures contract?
6.3) What is an Equity Index Future
6.4) About S&P Futures and Contract Specifications
6.5) Fundamentals and Equity Index Futures
6.6) Who Uses Equity Index Products?
6.7) Hedging and Risk Management for Equity Index Futures
6.8) Trading Opportunities in Equity Index Futures

7) Leverage

The markets traded offer greater leverage than any responsible trader would ever use. Margin requirements for these instruments range from 1.00% to 5.00% of contract value.

7.1) Definition of Margin
7.2) The Benefits of Futures Margins
7.3) Historical Margin Requirements

8) Educational videos & resources

8.1) General information on Futures contracts
8.2) General Information on Options contracts
8.3) Stock Index Futures
8.4) Currency Futures
9.5) Metals Futures
8.6) Energy Futures
8.7) Interest Rate Futures

9) Summary & account opening procedure

9.1) The Fee Structure For This Program
9.2) Defining Overall Risk For Your Account
9.3) Exchanges Traded
9.4) Brokerage Firms
9.5) How Balances Are Guaranteed Plus or Minus Trading
9.6) How To Open An Account

If you have questions send a message or contact me

Regards,
Peter Knight Advisor

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