ProfessionalStockTraderLive.com Swing Trading
Anyone can have a great
day or week. To have 7 years with a net gain of 489.93 % is something to
talk about. Making money consistently and over the long term is our goal.
We are proud of our results, reputation, and integrity.
Don't you think it is
time to have your money work for you? Stop paying your mutual fund money manager, who you don't know, their management fee to consistently underperform the market.
By becoming a member of PSTL, you can follow our swing trade ideas (trades that typically last from several
days to several weeks) in your IRA, Roth IRA, and personal stock account by receiving our swing trade alert idea emails.
We are confident we will outperform all asset classes over the long term.
How did we arrive at our results below for the S&P 500, Gold, and PSTL? Simple.
PSTL portfolio value is since inception and is reflective of 2009-2012 as is S&P 500 and Gold.
S&P 500: If you invested $50,000 in SPY (S&P 500
Cash Index surrogate) at the open price of January of 2009 and sold it at the
closing price of December 2015 this is what your result would be.
Gold: If you invested $50,000 in GLD (gold bullion/gold futures
surrogate) at the open price of January of 2009 and sold it at the closing
price of December 2015 this is what your result would be.
PSTL: If you had used/utilized $50,000 in PSTL swing trades
beginning January of 2009 since PSTL's inception and participated through the
end of December 2015 this is what your result would be.
Yes, these would have been your results had you
been a subscriber since PSTL's inception.
The results above are hypothetical
based upon a subscriber having a January 2009 starting account value of
$50,000 and following all swing trade ideas conveyed by
ProfessionalStockTraderLive.com ("PSTL") with the same position size,
entry and exit prices. All of our swing trade ideas assume a 100% position
equaling 1,000 shares or 10 option contracts. It should not be assumed these
swing trading ideas are being executed in a live account by PSTL. Results are net
of transaction fees of $10 per round trip trade but not PSTL subscription
fees. The results have not been audited. Errors could have occurred in the
collection of data or in the calculations. The results of swing trades for more
recent periods may vary significantly from these shown.