S&P-C

About this S&P program  (9:23)

S&PNC   Analysis Page Disclosure of Methodology   Educational

S&P ATA Performance 8 January 2007 – March 2019

Recommended Starting Balance $25,000.00
Cumulative Net Profit
$355.532.57
Maximum Drawdown (49.83%)
($12,457.00)
Best Year 2015 +225.15% $56,287.50
Worst Year 2012 +3.60% $900.00
2007-2018 Average +116.09% $29,023.07
2019 +62.60% $15,648.91

This ATA trades long & short with the trend using fully disclosed defined risk trading methodology.

Margin requirements for this program have never exceeded $10,000 of the $25,000 start balance, for more on margins & leverage see Understanding Margin Requirements, Leverage, Benefits of Futures Margins.

Performance is based on trading one $25,000 unit, never adding units and withdrawing all net profits annually.

The program has a realistic risk factor of $15,000 USD per unit if you are not in a position to comfortably assume this risk you should not participate in this program.

Risk Disclosure Defining Account Risk

1) Disclosure of Trading Methodology (21:56)

Send a message if you have questions.

1.1) 1983 – 2018 chart
1.2) 10 Year Chart, Monthly Data
1.3) 5 Year Chart, Weekly Data
1.4) 1 Year Chart, Daily Data (ESH19)
1.5) 1 Month using 60 minute data (ESH19)


1.6)
Today’s using 5 minute data (ESH19)

1.7) Today’s Technical Opinion (ESH19)
1.8) Ranges & Price Performance (ESH19)
1.9) Support & Resistance (ESH19)
1.10) Barchart Quotes, All Deliveries
1.11) Barchart Options Quotes
1.12) CME Futures Quotes, All Deliveries
1.13) CME Option Quotes

1.14) Contract Specifications each 1.00 = $50.00
1.15) Exchange Margin Requirement
1.16) SP 500 Collar Spreadsheet

2) Educational

2.1) Basics of the Futures
2.2) Basics of Futures Options
2.3) S&P Educational Videos and Links
2.4) Introduction to Order Types
2.5) Detailed Description of Order Types With Examples
2.6) Understanding Futures Margin Requirements
2.7) Understanding Moving Averages
2.8) Understanding Support and Resistance
2.9) About Bollinger Bands & How to Set Them
2.10) Defining Trend, Trade Duration & Number of Contracts Traded
2.11) Explaining Call Options (Short and Long)
2.12) Explaining Put Options (Short and Long)
2.13) Option Collars
2.14) Working Examples of Collaring Positions and Potential Profit/Loss
2.15) 20 year chart of the S&P Priced in Gold
2.16) Test this strategy on any Bull or Bear market from 1983 to 2018
2.17)
Test this strategy on any of these 17 related and unrelated markets
2.18) Quotes, charts and analysis for all 500 stocks
2.19) SEC filings & information for all 500 stocks

3) The Importance of Trading Long and Short (3:23)

Analysis Page Educational Videos & Resources Send a Message

3.1) Full Disclosure of trading Methodology
3.2) All Bull & Bear Markets 1983 to 2018
3.3) Excel Spreadsheet 1927-2018 historical data and inflation adjusted
3.4) U.S. Stock Index futures we trade
3.5) European Stock Index futures we trade
3.6) Asian Stock Index Futures
3.7) Why Trade Futures Instead of ETFs?
3.8) A Cost Comparison – Futures versus ETFs
3.9) Top 100 Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)

4) Program Structure and Account Opening Procedure

4.1) (ATA’s), What They Are and How They Work
4.2) The Fee Structure For This Program
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.3) Defining Overall Risk For Your Account
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.4) How Balances Are Guaranteed Plus or Minus Trading
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.5) How To Open An Account

Other Stock Indices Traded Using This Methodology

Analysis Pages EMA 9 Chart Long, Short,Neutral
S&P 500 Chart Opinion
NASDAQ Chart Opinion
Euro Stoxx 50 Chart Opinion
Euro Stoxx E600 Chart Opinion
DAX Index Chart Opinion
CAC 40 Chart Opinion
Swiss Market Index Chart Opinion
Hang Seng Index Chart Opinion
Nikkei Chart Opinion
ASX 200 Index Chart Opinion
FTSE 100 Chart Opinion
Index News Past Hour Index News Past 24 Hours Index News Past Week

If you have any questions send a message or contact me.

Regards,
Peter Knight

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