Gina monthly update - IMPORTANT INFO
Sent Thursday, October 7, 2010
The GForce website has been updated to reflect the gross
performance results for the last month and to date.
For many months, we have done videos covering performance of the
systems. There has been some confusion however, for a wide variety
of reasons. As a result, we are recommending you contact the
brokers we work with in order to make assessments about the
performance that actually occurs, so you can make the best possible
choice about getting started with the Gforce system(s) or assessing
performance on your current account.
One of the brokers has informed us they are up over 130% after
slippage and commission over approximately the last year or so.
This is starting with a $10k account. Needless to say, we have many
happy customers especially for those who stuck with the program and
managed their account conservatively etc. (see the article below
for tips on this). Past performance is not necessarily indicative
of future results, of course. Futures trading is risky. As a
result, I have written a few comments below on some strategies for
getting started with us that can help to potentially minimize risk.
As always, we thank you for all your support and recent kind
words. We believe that transparency is very important in this
industry. Below you will find a short article on how to start
trading Gina ES system -
TECHNIQUES FOR GETTING STARTED OR MANAGING YOUR ACCOUNT
I have observed over the years many traders have an uncanny ability
to come into a trading program at the wrong time. For example, my
phone won't ring until we are up way more than we should be in any
interval of time (ie. up 20% for the month). This is often NOT the
best time to get into a trading program. Here are a couple tips
that can help to control the risk exposure of starting a new
trading program or adding to an existing one.
One strategy I have often used to increase contracts or start a
trading program from scratch is to wait for a loser before
beginning. This can help stack some things in your favor when
getting started because a drawdown always starts with a loser.
Thus, it makes sure your entry drawdown will be lower than it would
have been starting at any random point. You have to be prepared to
start at the right time, however, so be sure to have the account
ready and set-up for the change.
Waiting to start is a double edged sword however, because,
sometimes the strategy will just keep a string of winners going.
That leaves you standing at the sidelines while equity goes higher.
As a result, it is not always best to wait.
Once in a program, another method of increasing contracts I have
used is to wait for the gains to go up by more than the average
draw-down plus a given number of stop-outs (ie. $3,000+$750) and
then wait for a loser. This puts you at a theoretical advantage in
It is always dangerous to double up (if going to two contracts)
because you can lose your previous gains back quickly if you incur
a sequence of losers at that exact time (I have seen many members
uncannily time this kind of money management as well).
Contrary to the statement I made starting this article, I have
consistently seen clients over the years with a really positive
disposition just bring a lot of good to the program by starting.
These are typically happy-go-lucky people who are not concerned
with losing (because they have the money to lose). I have also
seen the opposite as well; people who manage to buy into a program
at the PERFECT time to experience a draw-down. Then, drop out of
the program in perfect time for it to go back up again. Amazingly,
these people are often perfect counter indicators of system
performance. This is why, over the years I have told people it is
often best to do the opposite of what you feel when it comes to
trading. This would mean you get into a historically reliable
program when it is the most uncomfortable to do so, hoping it is
just in time to start getting good.
Each of these types of approaches has its pros and cons. I do not
fully endorse any given one, but encourage people to be situated to
act (ie. have the account ready) and to follow their hearts with a
good dose of money management logic like in the above examples to
get started with money management.
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