M-CS Metals Futures Markets Using Collars & Spreads

Performance November 2011 through November 2019

Recommended Starting Balance $50,000.00
Cumulative Net Profit
$467,832.64
Maximum Drawdown (32.76%)
($16,377.57)
Best Year 2016 +198.98% $99,429.09
Worst Year 2014 +39.37% $19,684.63
2005-2019 Average +115.75% $57,876.20
2019 +107.82%
$53,911.46

Performance is based on trading one $50,000 unit, never adding units and withdrawing all net profits annually. This program uses leverage, has a realistic risk factor of $30,000 USD per unit, if you are not in a position to comfortably assume this risk you should not participate in the program.

Risk Disclosure   Defining Account Risk

This program trades the major metals futures with the trend using  Collars and Spreads to define risk see this link for more on collars.

2) Primary Metals Futures Exchanges

2.01) Chicago Mercantile Exchange/Comex
2.02) London Metal Exchange

3) Markets Futures Traded

Analysis Pages Chart Trend
Gold Chart Opinion
Silver Chart Opinion
Platinum Chart Opinion
Copper Chart Opinion
Palladium Chart Opinion
All Metals Quotes Gold Versus Platinum S&P Gold Ratio
Metals News Past Hour News Past 24 Hours News Past Week

3) Metals Spreads

3.01) Platinum (PL) – Gold (GC) 20 year
3.02) PL–GC last 12 months
3.03) Understanding the Platinum Gold Spread (Video)

3.04) Gold GC) Silver (SI) Ratio 20 year
3.05) GC/SI last 12 months
3.06) Gold & Silver Ratio Spread (Video)

3.07) Palladium (PA) – Gold (GC) 20 year
3.08) PA – GC last 12 months

3.09) Gold (GC) Copper (HG) Ratio 20 year
3.10) GC/HG last 12 months using daily data

4) Educational Videos & Links

 

General Information on Future Contracts and Futures Options

4.01) Futures Educational Videos (60)
4.02) Futures Options Educational Videos (34)

Metals Educational Videos

4.03) How and Where Precious Metals Are Traded
4.04) Trading the Metals Markets
4.05) Fundamentals and Metal Futures
4.06) Understanding Supply and Demand: Precious Metals
4.07) Gold Futures Overview
4.08) Silver Futures Overview
4.08) Platinum Futures Overview
4.10) Understanding the Precious Metals Spot Spread
4.11) Understanding Futures Spreads
4.12) Understanding Intermarket Spreads: Platinum and Gold
4.13) Metals Intramarket spreads
4.14) Gold & Silver Ratio Spread
4.15) Understanding Intermarket Spreads: Platinum and Gold
4.16) Precious Metals Risk Management/Hedging and Ratios
4.17) What is the Precious Metals Delivery Process?
4.18) Introduction to Base Metals
4.19) Base Metals Supply and Demand
4.20) Supply and Demand: Ferrous Metals
4.21) What is Contango and Backwardation

5) Review Links

5.01) Fundamentals 1987, 2000, 2007 versus 2019
5.02) Total purchased by the Fed with created money
5.03) Emergency purchases of bank debt by the Federal Reserve
5.04) Median household income
5.05) Median home price
5.06) Mortgage debt
5.07) Median Rent
5.08) Groceries indexed
5.09) Health care
5.10) Gasoline indexed
5.11) Consumer price
5.12) Gross Domestic product
5.13) Tax receipts. median home, M1, gold, CPI
5.14) Federal debt to debt service cost
5.15) National debt
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.16) US debt service cost
5.17) CPI relative to short term deposit rates (negative rates of return)
5.18) CPI relative to long term deposit rates
5.19) US bank borrowing cost to lending rate
5.20) CPI using pre 1980 & 1990 calculations.
5.21) BLS.GOV “official” CPI
5.22) US debt to GDP ratio at 103.74%
5.23) US debt has grown 5 times faster than personal income ratio
5.24) US debt +859.05% employed population +6.80%
5.26) US credit rating versus other countries
5.27) 20 Year Chart US dollar Index

6) Program Structure and Account Opening Procedure

6.01) Automated Trading Accounts (ATA)
6.02) The Fee Structure For This Program
6.03) Defining Overall Risk For Your Account

6.04) How Balances Are Guaranteed Plus or Minus Trading
6.05) Exchanges Traded

6.06) Brokerage Firms
6.07) How To Open An Account

If you have any questions  contact me

Regards,
Peter Knight Advisor

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