Performance Summary

Here is the latest update to the $2500 Launch List Performance Card.   Since the start on 12/8/2017 501 Launches, 69.5% Accuracy with an average Profit/Launch of $0.28/Launch.  On a per share basis for the challenge start to date the Profit per Share was $116.17/Share.  If you multiply that Profit Per Share times the average number of shares per trade (currently sitting at about 959 shares), that will give you the total approximate profit on the challenge so far.  Overall Profit/Loss ratio was 115.67%  and the Overall profit factor is 2.61 to date.

performance card 09-07-2018

Portfolio Growth

This is cumulative portfolio growth chart that captures the profit on a weekly basis from the $2500 challenge start trading a variable number of shares per trade. This chart only contains the trades that are launched based on the Launch List published on the site.  The profit growth does not include intraday day calls from our intraday alerts.  The portfolio growth is based on actual entries and exits from the Launch List that are published on the site, StockTiwtsTwitter and Facebook and are traded using our SureTrader Platform.  Our goal is not to brag about profits whether they are real or not, our goal is to track a winning system that generates profits based on transparent Launch plans that are published 2-5 times a week.

For this week, the portfolio gained a total of  +$635.50 with the portfolio up to a total sum of $99,667

Profit Recap for the Week of September 29th, 2017

Submitted by Mat Trader on Sat, 09/30/2017 - 09:19

Progress was made this week with 17 Launches improving accuracy to 76% and adding an additional $5.31 profit per share.  It certainly helped that the markets, especially the S&P 500 was staging yet another push to all time highs.  It felt like we were capturing profit right at our targets or slightly below which is reflected in the overall year to date Profit/Loss ratio.  If you look at this week's number, it slightly dropped from 276% to 271%.  Still this is a great profit/loss ratio and the less launches we manage, it seems that the better that number becomes. 

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