Overall Performance

Additional Analysis

Last 60-days​ 
MARKET + LIMIT Trades 


  • Shows live-traded forward-tested data
  • Based on 1 lot per trade in USD$
  • ​Chart shows accumulated profits/losses only
  • Positions are held for a maximum of 41 hours
  • No positions are held over the weekend
  • All Signals Entered as MARKET/LIMIT ORDERS

The following graphs and links compare the results for the last 60-days based upon how the orders were entered, ...either as a combo trade (MARKET plus LIMIT) or LIMIT only. 

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Last Updated: 31 May 2020

Since or inception - 2016 

  • Shows live-traded forward-tested data
  • Based on 1 lot per trade in USD$
  • ​Chart shows accumulated profits/losses only
  • Account opened with USD$10,000 
  • Positions are held for a maximum of 41 hours
  • No positions are held over the weekend
  • ​Average Daily Signals = 4.1
  • All Signals Entered as MARKET/LIMIT ORDERS

Last 60-days​ 
LIMIT Trades only


  • Shows live-traded forward-tested data
  • Based on 1 lot per trade in USD$
  • ​Chart shows accumulated profits/losses only
  • Positions are held for a maximum of 41 hours
  • No positions are held over the weekend
  • All Signals Entered as LIMIT ORDERS ONLY


​How to Read the following Charts


The Market/Limit Orders Report represents the high range of returns for the past 60 days, while the Limit Orders Only Report represents the low range of returns for the past 60 days. The difference between both is the level of risk exposure. By splitting orders between both levels (i.e. 50% Market and 50% Limit), subscribers can expect returns to fall within these two endpoints with a moderately adjusted risk exposure. ​These concepts and more are covered in our online FX course that is included with a 3-month subscription.