September 15 – September 20, 2019

SAT and MIT Results:

Weekly Trade Results

Sunday SAT Trade: 384 Pips

Monday MIT Trade: 10 Pips

Tuesday MIT Trade: -12 Pips

Wednesday MIT Trade: -5 Pips

Thursday MIT Trade: 5 Pips

Friday MIT Trade: 4.8 Pips

Total Pips: 386.8 Pips

AIT Results:

Weekly Trade Results

Monday AIT Trade: 73 Pips

Tuesday AIT Trade: 25 Pips

Wednesday AIT Trade: 40 Pips

Thursday AIT Trade: 43 Pips

Total Pips: 181 Pips

Total Pips: September 15 - September 20, 2019:

PIPS:
0

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

With an account of $2,500, using a volume of 0.5, you would have made: $2,839
With an account of $5,000, using a volume of 1.0, you would have made: $5,678
With an account of $7,500, using a volume of 1.5, you would have made: $8,517


Disclaimer: The pip totals above may not include additional trades, losses, or hedges. The trades taken are an example of what is possible. Not all traders will experience the same results. Each customer is able to attend the daily webinars showing the trade examples. In this way you will be able to see the potential of the market for you individually.

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*Futures, options, and forex trading is speculative and involves substantial risk of loss. Past performance is not indicative of future results. IMPORTANT NOTE: Trading foreign exchange or futures on margin carries a high level of risk, and may not be suitable for all investors. The high degree of leverage can work against you as well as for you. Before deciding to trade foreign exchange or futures, you should carefully consider your investment  objectives, level  of  experience, and risk appetite. The  possibility  exists that you could  sustain  a  loss  of  some   or all  of your  initial  investment  and  therefore  you  should  not  invest  money  that you  cannot  afford  to lose. You should be aware of all the risks associated with foreign exchange and futures trading, and seek advice from an independent financial adviser if you have any doubts or questions. Past trading history does not indicate future trading success.