Registered: Jan 2003
06-13-12 05:28 PM
The Blue Fan. After 4 1/2 months of trading the 30% projected APR is still intact with some 28%+ drawdowns. I prefer no higher than 15% DD but to get the APR one cannot use more than 4K per 0.01 units traded thus far. There is probably a spreadsheet that could be developed for capital infusion and removal to constantly adjust to maintain a 30% APR and a max 15% DD according to what the market is handing the system. The average capital on deposit could be lowered substantially if the offshore dealer used can transfer money in and out quickly through a credit card mechanism. In other words, when float is low pull money out to get the Projected APR to exactly 30%, as the float rises into more negative numbers infuse money back in disregarding the APR and concentrating on safety and keeping the DD at 15%. The trading stays the same. The variance of balance could swing causing the average over a year invested to be lower than 4K and perhaps the "balancing" could be done daily. Floating the amount invested around like this could armor-plate this system and could actually beat the banks, dealers and market makers at their own game. I wish US residents could trade this. For those global readers reading this thread do not trade more than 0.01 per 4K until further testing is done. If you want to trade 0.02 then use another dealer and spread your money out in case the dealer goes insolvent (split 0.01 between two dealers, instead of 0.02 in one dealer...also stagger accounts hopefully at extreme price levels). This is a long-term carry system and the dealers stability factors into the mix. I do not recommend trading this system until the days of volatility return to crash it here in ET. There is just more info needed. Thank-You for reading.
Start Capital: $4,000.00
# of Calendar Days Traded: 135 (Start = 01/30/12 mst)
Float: -$62.91, -1.57%
NAV: $453.83, ROI: 11.34%
Projected APR: 30.67
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