Please email me with any additional questions you might have, which are not answered below. It will help me to keep this page updated for everyone.
1. Do you post rationales behind your trades/positions?
Of course. I post regularly what my opinions are and why I hold them, together with charts and videos of why I enter a trade, and where the stop-loss to it should be. You are also welcome to ask questions on the relevant Twitter feed.
2. Do you trade a lot of options?
Yes. They provide the ability to enter positions with less risk and the ability to leverage without undue risk. If you are uncomfortable with options, or shorting options (writing), this is not the place for you. Or it could be a great place to learn how to employ them to your advantage.
3. What will I learn?
First and foremost: trade structure. Anyone can go long or short outright or leveraged. That takes very little skill. What takes skill and experience is the ability to structure a trade to minimize the downside while keeping most of the upside potential of the trade. Secondly: stop positioning. Thirdly: patience. Most people have far too little of it and their returns suffer as a result.
4. What broker do you use?
I use Interactive Brokers & Tradestation. I find that they provide me with the ability to trade all the instruments I wish to trade and provide pretty good options software to enable me to research strategies. But no, I have no affiliation with them. I just like their platforms. You are welcome to use whoever you prefer.
5. What do you trade?
I am a macro driven trader. I trade mostly futures and options on futures on bonds, equities, currencies and gold. I also position ETFs on Fixed Income and Equities and individual equities, with a smattering of options for protection, should I deem it necessary. A list of futures contracts & ETFs I mostly trade can be seen here.
6. What kind of returns do you generate?
My trading tends to be pretty non-aggressive. My margin/equity ratio never rises above 30-40% and my overall leverage is hardly ever above 120%. Positions offset each other to maintain a very high Sharpe Ratio and low volatility of daily returns. I shoot for mid-double digit returns per year, which is a reasonable return to average on a consistent basis with low volatility. But I will take what the market gives. Anyone looking for more should really not look to me. I am not a gunslinger. I am a professional who has been doing this for over 35 years without ever even getting close to a double digit drawdown on a monthly basis. For the innumerable people asking for precise numbers: I can make anything up, can't I? As it is not audited, what is there to stop me?
7. How do I subscribe to your service?
Simply by filling out the Subscription Form. You will be asked to set up your reoccurring payment instructions via PayPal. You are free to discontinue your subscription at any time by simply cancelling your monthly payment instructions.
8. For how long must I commit to subscribe?
There is no "commitment". You are free to cancel at any time. However, it would be a waste of your time and money to just follow for a few weeks or months. You will learn next to nothing and you will invariably miss exciting investment opportunities.
9. It sounds like a lot of money!
Could not disagree with you more. Any CTA, hedge fund, wealth manager or private banker would charge you much, much more. Granted, you will be doing the work yourself. But the hard part is not in the execution, that should take you no more than a few minutes in total per week. The hard part is in the timing and here you will have someone much better that you can possibly find out there on your side. Naturally if you have a tiny account, it is a lot of money. But this service was not designed for people with tiny accounts.
10. Do you do FREE TRIALS?
No, I don't have the time to administer that. But for people who wish to see what and when I post, I do upload on a quarterly basis all the tweets, so you can review them at leisure.