Performance Updates

1) We Track and Trade

2) ATA performance through 31 December 2018

Ranked by 2018 Performance
ATA Min Start Average  Draw 2018 18-Dec
FXC 2X 50K 2007 156.98% -50.14% 172.38% 4.31%
FXNC 25K 2012 94.50% -51.89% 159.75% 16.54%
FXCA 25K 2007 134.11% -54.85% 149.22% 4.23%
S&PNC 35K 2011 98.30% -54.45% 135.42% 29.88%
LS Rates 30K 2015 94.36% -47.39% 132.04% 23.71%
S&PC 25K 2007 113.29 -49.83% 119.50% 25.33%
EURCHF 12.5K 2009 90.39% -45.90% 90.93% 1.68%
FXC 100K 2007 78.49% -25.07% 86.19% 3.13%
GCNC 30K 2009 96.41% -39.68% 66.84% 20.27%
GCC 25K 2005 101.32% -49.10% 66.01% 18.95%
Risk Disclosure

3) All programs use fully disclosed long/short trading methodology enabling your to verify trades and performance.

ATA Analysis Pages
Currencies Indices Metals Interest Rates
Euro-FX S&P 500 Gold 3 Month
British Pound Nasdaq Silver Fed Funds
Japanese Yen Euro Stoxx 50 Platinum 2 Year
Australian Dollar Euro Stoxx E600 Copper 5 Year
Candian Dollar DAX Index Palladium 10 Year
Swiss Franc CAC 40 Energy 30 Year
Euro- Swiss Swiss  Index Crude WTI 3 EuriBor
USD Index Hang Seng Index Crude Brent 3 Month Sterling
Renminbi Nikkei Heating Oil Euro Schatz
ASX 200 Index Gasoline Euro Bobl
FTSE 100 Natural Gas Euro Bund
Euro OAT
Euro Buxl

4) ATA’s are a unique breed of investment

You define the markets traded , level of leverage and your overall account risk. My team places orders, monitors trade executions and ensures your account stays within your defined guidelines.

5) The Ability to Short easily 

Unlike most ETFs, Mutuals & Stocks that are difficult to short, the instruments traded in ATA’s are just as easy to short as go long. The ability to short easily has been essential to profitability in nearly every sector on the board in 2018.

The videos below will give you more information on the instruments traded.

5.1)   What is a Futures contract?
5.2)   What is an Equity Index Futures
5.3)   About S&P Futures and Contract Specifications
5.4)   Fundamentals and Equity Index Futures
5.5)   Who Uses Equity Index Products?
5.6)   Why Trade Futures instead of ETFs?
5.7)   Hedging and Risk Management for Equity Index Futures 
5.8)  Trading Opportunities in Equity Index Futures

6) Leverage

Another very big difference between ETFs, Mutuals & Individual Stocks which offer a maximum leverage of 2 to 1, the instruments traded in the ATAs offer far greater  leverage than any responsible trader would ever use. Margin requirements for these instruments range from 1.00% of contract value to 5.00%. This leverage magnifies performance both on the up and down gain and loss. For historical margin requirements see the Exchanges site on this link

6.1) Definition of Margin
6.2) The Benefits of Futures Margins
6.3) Historical Margin Requirements

Simply put would you rather invest $100,000, have a average annual profit of  $21,000 with a $13,000 maximum draw-down

Or, $25,000 have an average annual profit of $21,000 with a $13,000 maximum draw-down?

7) Risk Control

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

7.1) Defining Overall Risk For Your Account

8) Mutually Beneficial Fee Structure

The advisors who direct trades in the ATA programs work with you and base compensation on 12.50% of net new high profit with a zero management fee.

9) Structure and Account Opening Procedure

ATAs, What They Are and How They Work
ATA Fee Structure
Defining Overall Risk For Your Account

How Balances Are Guaranteed Plus or Minus Trading
How To Open An Account

If you have questions send a message  or contact me

Peter Knight


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