ROXI System Performance
We currently offer three (3) variations of ROXI to our clients. One is conservative and trades less. The second is moderately aggressive and trades about twice as much as the conservative version. The third variation is aggressive and trades frequently. It is possible to see up to 30+ trades in a single day. We have broken down the three ROXI variations and listed their monthly performance below. Please keep in mind that past performance is no guarantee of future results.
ROXI 1 - Historical Performance (Based on 1 contract of the E-Mini S&P 500):
ROXI 2 - Historical Performance (Based on 1 contract of the E-Mini S&P 500):
ROXI 3 - Historical Performance (Based on 1 contract of the E-Mini S&P 500):
How to get started:
Fund a futures account with at least $5,000 dollars per contract traded. If you do not have an account, we will help you open one.
Select the ROXI system that you want to trade.
Subscribe to the ROXI system. This is only $99/mo per contract (we will send a PayPal invoice).
Send us your account information.
Sign our Letter of Direction (L.O.D.) to give us permission to trade ROXI (provided after you send us your account information).
That’s all there is to it! Get started today.
*NOTE: Quant Trade cannot guarantee that you will make a profit trading ROXI. Past results are not necessarily indicative of future results. All service and license fees are non-refundable.
Disclaimer: Trading futures and options involves the risk of loss. You should consider carefully whether futures or options are appropriate to your financial situation. You must review the customer account agreement and risk disclosure prior to establishing an account. Only risk capital should be used when trading futures or options. Investors could lose more than their initial investment. Past results are not necessarily indicative of futures results. The risk of loss in trading futures or options can be substantial, carefully consider the inherent risks of such an investment in light of your financial condition. Information contained, viewed, sent or attached is considered a solicitation for business.