Five to One Reward to Risk
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Bull n Bear Trading for a Five to One reward to risk potential leveraged ETFs
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“The way to build superior long-term returns is through preservations of capital and home runs…When you have tremendous conviction on a trade, you have to go for the jugular. It takes courage to be a pig.” Stanley Druckenmiller. It is not only Stanley but the best from P.T. Jones to Richard Dennis. “Do not take suboptimal trades.” That is do not trade for an average, why take the risk! This is head and shoulders above the industry.
The five-to-one policy is similar to the ten-to-one program, the focus is more on the percent win rate, but still, the focus is risk management. The trades are short-term less than four weeks, with price-based profit targets nearer to entry for a 4 to 1 reward to risk ratio. It trades leveraged ETFs on the stock averages, offshore stock averages, and S&P sectors and micro sector ETFs
If and only if I make you 10% you pay an incentive fee of $25, no matter how big your profit. Pay nothing if the outcome is less than 10%.
Don’t chase the equity curve, and don’t try to handicap the stats, the time is NOW, just do it.
Great, and Many Thanks in Advance
Jack F. Cahn, CMT
Contrary Thinker since 1989,
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