May 7th – 11th, 2017

SAT and ONIT Results:

ONIT - May 7th to 11th, 2017

Sunday SAT Trade: 50 Pips

Monday ONIT Trade: -52 Pips

Tuesday ONIT Trade: 13 Pips

Wednesday ONIT Trade: 11 Pips

Thursday ONIT Trade: 10 Pips

Total Pips: 32 Pips

If you were to have placed these trades during the SAT and ONIT Trades, you would have made:

With an account of $2,500, using a volume of 0.5, you would have made: $160
With an account of $5,000, using a volume of 1.0, you would have made: $320
With an account of $7,500, using a volume of 1.5, you would have made: $480

AIT Results:

AIT - May 8th through May 11th, 2017

Monday AIT Trade: 19 Pips

Tuesday AIT Trade: 4 Pips

Wednesday AIT Trade: 10 Pips

Thursday AIT Trade: 11 Pips

Total Pips: 44 Pips

If you were to have placed these trades during the AIT Trades, you would have made:

With an account of $2,500, using a volume of 0.5, you would have made: $220
With an account of $5,000, using a volume of 1.0, you would have made: $440
With an account of $7,500, using a volume of 1.5, you would have made: $660

Total Pips: May 7th - May 11th, 2017:

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