ema spreadsheets 20200430

 

7091671

7091688

2644958

1185669

1186047

558999

1328904

7121875

4562643

2640147

1490622

548332

1496991

873172

543745

239608

180970

180889

25242

37354

540094

43789

30568

17683

8267

AUD 10k (AUDM)

AUD 100k (AUD)

CAD 100K (CAD)

CHF 125K (CHF)

CHFM 12.5K (CHF)

EUR 12.5K EMA (EURM)

EUR 62.5K EMA (EURH)

EUR 125K EMA (EUR)

GBP 62.5K (GBP)

Gold 10 Ounces (GC10)

Gold 50 Ounces (GC50) Gold

100 Ounces (GC100)

JPY 1.25M (JPYH)

JPY 6.25M (JPYH)

JPY 12.5M (JPY)

NASDAQ (NAS)

NASDAQ Micro (NASM)

S&P 500 (SP)

S&P 500 Micro (SPM)

Silver 1000 Ounces (SI1000)

Silver 2500 Ounces (SI2500)

Silver 5000 Ounces (SI5000)

Debt 20200501

Personal Income

Home Prices

S&P

Federal Revenue

Percentage of the population employed

You’d think with personal income, home prices, investments and Federal Revenue outpacing inflation quality of life would be at new highs and the U.S. government would be running budget surpluses unfortunately we all now this isn’t the case.

Federal Spending

Per capita and per employed Federal debt is at all time highs and climbing faster than any other period in history.

Debt to GDP is higher now than world War 2

Annual Federal revenue in 1971 was 45.85% of total Federal debt, in 2021  annual Federal revenue is 11.16% of total Federal debt.


Data & Sources

From 1971 through 2007 the average U.S. Treasury rate was 8.70%, 3.99% above reported inflation. From 2008 – 2020 2.67%, 0.94% above reported inflation.


Data & Sources

Increases in all Federal government expenditures are are governed by reported inflation.

      • Federal debt service cost
      • Social Security
      • Government employee and military pensions
      • Medicare
      • Government contracts

Containing reported inflation has saved the Federal government literately trillions of dollars in debt service cost alone. If Treasury rates returned to the 1970 through 2007 average of 8.70% it would consume 68.99% of total annual Federal revenue.

1990 total Federal debt 3.206 trillion, debt service cost 298 billion
2020 total federal debt 26.880 trillion, debt service cost 538 billion

Flight to quality is now a thing of the past, it’s nothing more than a footnote in history, inflation and real rates of return disappeared with fiscal responsibility.

Two dent downgrades

inability to fiance

Unable to sell debt on the open market

creation of money

Drop in the epic m1 chart

 

 

From 1971 through 2007 annual Federal spending averaged 21.91% more than annual revenue.

From 2008 through 2021 54.12% more

2020 and 2021 119.23% more.


Data & Sources

From 1971 through 2020Federal debt grew by 26.50 trillion dollars while reported budget deficits total only 17.85 trillion.


Data & Sources

With new policies trade deficits have started to escalate, so have purchases of U.S. treasuries by foreign investors

Trade defiects

Foreign buying for US Treasureis

Monetization has fully engaged

GDP per capita versus inflation

Unfunded liability

Employment

Inability to pay a competitive rate

Fictitious inflation

 

Growth in income has outpaced inflation

Home prices

Investments

Federal Revenue per capita

Federal spending per capita

To show you how fictitious BLS.Gov

New deal

World War 2

Debt downgrades

Federal Government’s inability to borrow on the open market

Fed’s creation of money

Per taxpayer debt escalated from to , per capita debt

Rest of the world’s debt per capita

resulting in two debt down grades in 2013 the latest in 2013, currently U.S. Federal Debt shares the same credit rating as Finland and Hong Kong.

Can you justify this? The Federal Government spent $53,647 on every employed person in the U.S equivalent to 89.95% of average personal income.

In 2021 it’s running at 84.71% of personal income (this is without the 4 Trillion in additional “stimulus” or $27,480 on every employed person.


Data & Sources

Assets and income priced in gold

Top 20 stocks over the last 20 years

Have to watch monetization

Massive stock sales prior to the hike in long-term capital gains

Long-term bond holders are going to hemorrhage

Massive foreign liquidation

Higher corporate taxation, more regulation and a hike in minimum wage will will make U.S. corporations relocate offshore, Federal corporate tax revenue will decline.

High net worth individuals will move assets and income offshore further reducing Federal tax revenue

Trade deficits will escalates

The Federal Government will be unable to borrow enough money to sustain it’s budget and unable to satisfy unfunded liabilities

Trillions more money will b e created

On deck an inflationary depression

You can let these fundamentals work you or you can work them

Being on the right side of economic change.

 

EMA Disclosure Draft

Redo everything make uniform and professional

I’m going to teach this objective trading program by showing you how to verify it’s performance.

Go to the ATA performance page linked here

Click on the first allocation 7091671 ,

The allocation’s webpage as a spreadsheet linked to the chart on top,
Click on EMA 7091671 Spreadsheet

Download the spreadsheet

Enable editing

The spreadsheets for individual method traded are linked in cells J24-J45.

Click on the first one S&P 500 (SP) linked in cell J24, download it, and enable editing,

Column, M, date and links to supporting charts
L, shows that day’s position, long in green, short  in red
N, daily profit or loss
O, cumulative profit or loss

All EMA methods use the same set of Exponential Moving averages, they’re preset in every chart linked monthly from 2000 through 2021.

Open the first chart 1/3/2000 linked in cell M36

The exponential moving averages we’re using are 9 in red, 4.5 green, and 18 blue

Trading with the right EMAs is about as simple as it gets

The green (EMA 4.5) will show you when the market is turning

When  red (EMA9) goes above blue (EMA18) establish a long position
If red (EMA9) moves below blue (EMA 18) reverse to short

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Create Your own EMA Allocation

There are 4,194,303 possible combinations of the 22 EMA trading methodologies linked here is our monthly report showing the top 150,000, linked here the top trading mini and micro contract, both reports are sorted by reward risk (column E), performance dates January 2000 through April 2020.  

To review monthly/annual performance for any allocation or create your own use the  January 2000 through April 2021 Allocation Spreadsheet  enter the number of contracts traded for each program in column I, cells 24-47, performance shows columns B through I lines 53-374. 

1) What these reports show and how to use them.

Example Report: Top 150,000 EMA Allocations

Example Report: Top Micro & Mini EMA Allocations

2) These reports are sorted by reward/risk showing,

A) Cumulative net profit.
B) Maximum drawdown, (highest daily high to lowest daily low).
C) Current drawdown.
D) Reward risk, (profit divided by maximum drawdown) descending order.
E) Minimum start balance (margin + maximum drawdown).
F) ATA allocation number.
G) Methods and markets traded in each allocation.

3) Qualifying an allocation

Choose the allocation you’d like to review.

Note the minimum in column F

EMA methods and markets traded show on the right

4) This example

$3,301,590 cumulative net profit per unit 2000-2021 (no compounding)
-$80,164 highest daily high to lowest daily low prior to recovery
-$6,182 current drawdown
41.19 lifetime reward/risk (net profit divided by maximum drawdown)
$141,664 lowest permissible start balance for auto-trade (= margin + drawdown).
7091671 ATA allocation number
Markets & methods traded in the allocation

5) To build out this allocation open this spreadsheet

6) Enter your start balance in cell E24

7) Cells I24-I46 control what methods show in performance.

8) Enter methods and number of contracts traded

9) The spreadsheet shows

A) Allocation’s performance
B) Performance for each method traded
C) Monthly profit or loss
D) Performance statistics
E) 2000-2021 monthly and annual performance.
F) Monthly and annual performance for each method traded.

10) Any allocation can be traded automatically

11) Using any reasonable start and maintenance balance

A maintenance balance is nothing more than a stop loss based on the liquidation value of the account,

$175,000 Start balance
-$62,570 Highest monthly high to lowest monthly low prior to recovery
-$80,164 Highest daily high high to lowest daily low prior to recovery
-$90,000 Reasonable risk tolerance for this allocation
$85,000 Maintenance balance

Should the account’s balance drop to $85,000 including unrealized profit or loss all positions would be liquidated on or before the next close.

Allocations and maintenance balances can be modified at anytime.

About Automated Trading Accounts (ATAs)
The ATA Fee Structure
Defining Overall Risk for Your ATA Account
Brokerage Firms
How Funds Are Protected
Open An Account
Futures General Information
Options General Information
Market Analysis
Educational Resources

If you have any questions or want me to walk your through what we’re doing and how contact me.

Peter Knight Advisor
Direct VI Phone 24/7 +340 244 4310
Skype: Peter-Knight-Advisor
Message me

Schedule an online review
Peter_Knight@peterknightadvisor.com

 


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EMA 8267 January 2000 – April 2021

Schedule an online review and I’ll walk you through the mechanics of how any of the ATA trading programs work enabling you to verify past performance and monitor trades forward.

1) Summary

2) Monthly and annual net performance, no compounding, withdrawing all profits annually.


Disclosure

3) EMA 8267 Spreadsheet

A) Allocation performance
B) Individual method performance
C) Monthly profit or loss
D) Performance statistics

E) Margin requirements
F) Contract specifications
G) 2000 through 2021 monthly and annual performance.

H) Monthly and annual performance for every method traded.

Cells J24 – J45 link spreadsheets for each method traded

4) These spreadsheets provide

A) Quotes & charts updated every 15 minutes to monitor this method forward
B) Method performance summary
C) Method versus market performance
D) Monthly and annual performance
E) All historical data

Column K, shows date and links to supporting EMA charts
L, daily positions, long = green, short = red, 2000 through 2021.
M daily profit or loss
N cumulative profit or loss
Click here for full disclosure of trading methodology

5) If you’d like to qualify other EMA allocations or create your own

There are 4,194,303 possible combinations of the 22 EMA trading methodologies below is our monthly report show the top 150,000 qualified by reward/risk, I’ve also included all possible combinations trading micro contracts that have lower minimum start balances.

Top 150,000 EMA Allocations Sorted by Reward/Risk

All Possible Micro EMA Allocation Sorted by Reward/Risk

6) These reports summarize each allocation’s

A) Cumulative net profit.
B) Maximum drawdown, (highest daily high to lowest daily low).
C) Current drawdown.
D) Reward risk, (profit divided by maximum drawdown) descending order.
E) Minimum start balance (margin + maximum drawdown).
F) ATA allocation number.
G) Methods and markets traded in each allocation.

7) Qualifying an allocation

Choose the allocation you’d like to review.

Note the minimum in column F

EMA methods and markets traded show on the right

8) This example

$3,301,590 cumulative net profit per unit 2000-2021 (no compounding)
-$80,164 highest daily high to lowest daily low prior to recovery
-$6,182 current drawdown
41.19 lifetime reward/risk (net profit divided by maximum drawdown)
$141,664 lowest permissible start balance for auto-trade (= margin + drawdown).
7091671 ATA allocation number
Markets & methods traded in the allocation

9) To build out this allocation open this spreadsheet

10) Enter your start balance in cell E24

11) Cells I24-I46 control what methods show in performance.

12) Enter methods and number of contracts traded

13) The spreadsheet shows

A) Allocation’s performance
B) Performance for each method traded
C) Monthly profit or loss
D) Performance statistics
E) 2000-2021 monthly and annual performance.
F) Monthly and annual performance for each method traded.

14) Any allocation can be traded automatically

15) Using any reasonable start and maintenance balance

A maintenance balance is nothing more than a stop loss based on the liquidation value of the account,

$175,000 Start balance
-$62,570 Highest monthly high to lowest monthly low prior to recovery
-$80,164 Highest daily high high to lowest daily low prior to recovery
-$90,000 Reasonable risk tolerance for this allocation
$85,000 Maintenance balance

Should the account’s balance drop to $85,000 including unrealized profit or loss all positions would be liquidated on or before the next close.

Allocations and maintenance balances can be modified at anytime.

About Automated Trading Accounts (ATAs)
The ATA Fee Structure
Defining Overall Risk for Your ATA Account
Brokerage Firms
How Funds Are Protected
Open An Account
Futures General Information
Options General Information
Market Analysis
Educational Resources

If you have any questions or want me to walk your through what we’re doing and how contact me.

Peter Knight Advisor
Direct VI Phone 24/7 +340 244 4310
Skype: Peter-Knight-Advisor
Message me

Schedule an online review
Peter_Knight@peterknightadvisor.com

 


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Disclosure

EMA 17683 January 2000 – April 2021

Schedule an online review and I’ll walk you through the mechanics of how any of the ATA trading programs work enabling you to verify past performance and monitor trades forward.

1) Summary

2) Monthly and annual net performance, no compounding and withdrawing all profits annually.


Disclosure

3) EMA 17683 Spreadsheet

A) Allocation performance
B
) Individual method performance
C) Monthly profit or loss
D) P
erformance statistics
E) Margin requirements
F) Contract specifications
G) 2000 through 2021 monthly and annual performance.

H) Monthly and annual performance for every method traded.

Cells J24 – J45 link spreadsheets for each method traded

4) These spreadsheets provide

A) Quotes & charts updated every 15 minutes to monitor this method forward
B) Method performance summary
C) Method versus market performance
D) Monthly and annual performance
E) All historical data

Column K, shows date and links to supporting EMA charts
L, daily positions, long = green, short = red, 2000 through 2021.
M daily profit or loss
N cumulative profit or loss
Click here for full disclosure of trading methodology

5) If you’d like to qualify other EMA allocations or create your own

There are 4,194,303 possible combinations of the 22 EMA trading methodologies below is our monthly report show the top 150,000 qualified by reward/risk, I’ve also included all possible combinations trading micro contracts that have lower minimum start balances.

Top 150,000 EMA Allocations Sorted by Reward/Risk

All Possible Micro EMA Allocation Sorted by Reward/Risk

6) These reports summarize each allocation’s

A) Cumulative net profit.
B) Maximum drawdown, (highest daily high to lowest daily low).
C) Current drawdown.
D) Reward risk, (profit divided by maximum drawdown) descending order.
E) Minimum start balance (margin + maximum drawdown).
F) ATA allocation number.
G) Methods and markets traded in each allocation.

7) Qualifying an allocation

Choose the allocation you’d like to review.

Note the minimum in column F

EMA methods and markets traded show on the right

8) This example

$3,301,590 cumulative net profit per unit 2000-2021 (no compounding)
-$80,164 highest daily high to lowest daily low prior to recovery
-$6,182 current drawdown
41.19 lifetime reward/risk (net profit divided by maximum drawdown)
$141,664 lowest permissible start balance for auto-trade (= margin + drawdown).
7091671 ATA allocation number
Markets & methods traded in the allocation

9) To build out this allocation open this spreadsheet

10) Enter your start balance in cell E24

11) Cells I24-I46 control what methods show in performance.

12) Enter methods and number of contracts traded

13) The spreadsheet shows

A) Allocation’s performance
B) Performance for each method traded
C) Monthly profit or loss
D) Performance statistics
E) 2000-2021 monthly and annual performance.
F) Monthly and annual performance for each method traded.

14) Any allocation can be traded automatically

15) Using any reasonable start and maintenance balance

A maintenance balance is nothing more than a stop loss based on the liquidation value of the account,

$175,000 Start balance
-$62,570 Highest monthly high to lowest monthly low prior to recovery
-$80,164 Highest daily high high to lowest daily low prior to recovery
-$90,000 Reasonable risk tolerance for this allocation
$85,000 Maintenance balance

Should the account’s balance drop to $85,000 including unrealized profit or loss all positions would be liquidated on or before the next close.

Allocations and maintenance balances can be modified at anytime.

About Automated Trading Accounts (ATAs)
The ATA Fee Structure
Defining Overall Risk for Your ATA Account
Brokerage Firms
How Funds Are Protected
Open An Account
Futures General Information
Options General Information
Market Analysis
Educational Resources

If you have any questions or want me to walk your through what we’re doing and how contact me.

Peter Knight Advisor
Direct VI Phone 24/7 +340 244 4310
Skype: Peter-Knight-Advisor
Message me

Schedule an online review
Peter_Knight@peterknightadvisor.com

 


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EMA 25242 January 2000 – April 2021

Schedule an online review and I’ll walk you through the mechanics of how any of the ATA trading programs work enabling you to verify past performance and monitor trades forward.

1) Summary

2) Monthly and annual performance, no compounding and withdrawing all profits annually.


Disclosure

3) EMA 25242 Spreadsheet

A) Allocation performance
B
) Individual method performance
C) Monthly profit or loss
D) P
erformance statistics
E) Margin requirements
F) Contract specifications
G) 2000 through 2021 monthly and annual performance.

H) Monthly and annual performance for every method traded.

Cells J24 – J45 link spreadsheets for each method traded

4) These spreadsheets provide

A) Quotes & charts updated every 15 minutes to monitor this method forward
B) Method performance summary
C) Method versus market performance
D) Monthly and annual performance
E) All historical data

Column K, shows date and links to supporting EMA charts
L, daily positions, long = green, short = red, 2000 through 2021.
M daily profit or loss
N cumulative profit or loss
Click here for full disclosure of trading methodology

5) If you’d like to qualify other EMA allocations or create your own

There are 4,194,303 possible combinations of the 22 EMA trading methodologies below is our monthly report show the top 150,000 qualified by reward/risk, I’ve also included all possible combinations trading micro contracts that have lower minimum start balances.

Top 150,000 EMA Allocations Sorted by Reward/Risk

All Possible Micro EMA Allocation Sorted by Reward/Risk

6) These reports summarize each allocation’s

A) Cumulative net profit.
B) Maximum drawdown, (highest daily high to lowest daily low).
C) Current drawdown.
D) Reward risk, (profit divided by maximum drawdown) descending order.
E) Minimum start balance (margin + maximum drawdown).
F) ATA allocation number.
G) Methods and markets traded in each allocation.

7) Qualifying an allocation

Choose the allocation you’d like to review.

Note the minimum in column F

EMA methods and markets traded show on the right

8) This example

$3,301,590 cumulative net profit per unit 2000-2021 (no compounding)
-$80,164 highest daily high to lowest daily low prior to recovery
-$6,182 current drawdown
41.19 lifetime reward/risk (net profit divided by maximum drawdown)
$141,664 lowest permissible start balance for auto-trade (= margin + drawdown).
7091671 ATA allocation number
Markets & methods traded in the allocation

9) To build out this allocation open this spreadsheet

10) Enter your start balance in cell E24

11) Cells I24-I46 control what methods show in performance.

12) Enter methods and number of contracts traded

13) The spreadsheet shows

A) Allocation’s performance
B) Performance for each method traded
C) Monthly profit or loss
D) Performance statistics
E) 2000-2021 monthly and annual performance.
F) Monthly and annual performance for each method traded.

14) Any allocation can be traded automatically

15) Using any reasonable start and maintenance balance

A maintenance balance is nothing more than a stop loss based on the liquidation value of the account,

$175,000 Start balance
-$62,570 Highest monthly high to lowest monthly low prior to recovery
-$80,164 Highest daily high high to lowest daily low prior to recovery
-$90,000 Reasonable risk tolerance for this allocation
$85,000 Maintenance balance

Should the account’s balance drop to $85,000 including unrealized profit or loss all positions would be liquidated on or before the next close.

Allocations and maintenance balances can be modified at anytime.

About Automated Trading Accounts (ATAs)
The ATA Fee Structure
Defining Overall Risk for Your ATA Account
Brokerage Firms
How Funds Are Protected
Open An Account
Futures General Information
Options General Information
Market Analysis
Educational Resources

If you have any questions or want me to walk your through what we’re doing and how contact me.

Peter Knight Advisor
Direct VI Phone 24/7 +340 244 4310
Skype: Peter-Knight-Advisor
Message me

Schedule an online review
Peter_Knight@peterknightadvisor.com

 


Privacy Notice

Disclosure

EMA 30568 January 2000 – April 2021

Schedule an online review and I’ll walk you through the mechanics of how any of the ATA trading programs work enabling you to verify past performance and monitor trades forward.

1) Summary

2) Monthly & annual performance, no compounding and withdrawing all profits annually.


Disclosure

3) EMA 30568 20200401

A) Allocation performance
B
) Individual method performance
C) Monthly profit or loss
D) P
erformance statistics
E) Margin requirements
F) Contract specifications
G) 2000 through 2021 monthly and annual performance.

H) Monthly and annual performance for every method traded.

3) Cells J24 – J45 link spreadsheets for each method traded

4) These spreadsheets provide

A) Quotes & charts updated every 15 minutes to monitor this method forward
B) Method performance summary
C) Method versus market performance
D) Monthly and annual performance
E) All historical data

Column K, shows date and links to supporting EMA charts
L, daily positions, long = green, short = red, 2000 through 2021.
M daily profit or loss
N cumulative profit or loss
Click here for full disclosure of trading methodology

5) If you’d like to qualify other EMA allocations or create your own

There are 4,194,303 possible combinations of the 22 EMA trading methodologies below is our monthly report show the top 150,000 qualified by reward/risk, I’ve also included all possible combinations trading micro contracts that have lower minimum start balances.

Top 150,000 EMA Allocations Sorted by Reward/Risk

All Possible Micro EMA Allocation Sorted by Reward/Risk

6) These reports summarize each allocation’s

A) Cumulative net profit.
B) Maximum drawdown, (highest daily high to lowest daily low).
C) Current drawdown.
D) Reward risk, (profit divided by maximum drawdown) descending order.
E) Minimum start balance (margin + maximum drawdown).
F) ATA allocation number.
G) Methods and markets traded in each allocation.

7) Qualifying an allocation

Choose the allocation you’d like to review.

Note the minimum in column F

EMA methods and markets traded show on the right

8) This example

$3,301,590 cumulative net profit per unit 2000-2021 (no compounding)
-$80,164 highest daily high to lowest daily low prior to recovery
-$6,182 current drawdown
41.19 lifetime reward/risk (net profit divided by maximum drawdown)
$141,664 lowest permissible start balance for auto-trade (= margin + drawdown).
7091671 ATA allocation number
Markets & methods traded in the allocation

9) To build out this allocation open this spreadsheet

10) Enter your start balance in cell E24

11) Cells I24-I46 control what methods show in performance.

12) Enter methods and number of contracts traded

13) The spreadsheet shows

A) Allocation’s performance
B) Performance for each method traded
C) Monthly profit or loss
D) Performance statistics
E) 2000-2021 monthly and annual performance.
F) Monthly and annual performance for each method traded.

14) Any allocation can be traded automatically

15) Using any reasonable start and maintenance balance

A maintenance balance is nothing more than a stop loss based on the liquidation value of the account,

$175,000 Start balance
-$62,570 Highest monthly high to lowest monthly low prior to recovery
-$80,164 Highest daily high high to lowest daily low prior to recovery
-$90,000 Reasonable risk tolerance for this allocation
$85,000 Maintenance balance

Should the account’s balance drop to $85,000 including unrealized profit or loss all positions would be liquidated on or before the next close.

Allocations and maintenance balances can be modified at anytime.

About Automated Trading Accounts (ATAs)
The ATA Fee Structure
Defining Overall Risk for Your ATA Account
Brokerage Firms
How Funds Are Protected
Open An Account
Futures General Information
Options General Information
Market Analysis
Educational Resources

If you have any questions or want me to walk your through what we’re doing and how contact me.

Peter Knight Advisor
Direct VI Phone 24/7 +340 244 4310
Skype: Peter-Knight-Advisor
Message me

Schedule an online review
Peter_Knight@peterknightadvisor.com

 


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