Originally Posted by Damien86
Considering a $10k account, trading very conservative with small positions* you can expect to make anywhere from 75%-100% upwards profit per year.
*smallest position available on a standard account is 0.1 lot. This equals to ~$1 per pip (point) of movement. Trading with stop losses of 100-200 points, this means 1-2% risk per trade, with at least 100-200 profit target per trade. This is conservative trading.
This year so far I managed to catch +4000 pips trading by my rules. Most of it is shown in the charts, because there were huge movements following the initial signals I had (they were clear as day). A very conservative trader probably would have traded just half the number of currency pairs I do, so he would have made 2000 pips or 20% profit so far.
Please do consider that other months are not as active as what we have seen recently on the forex market. Results vary monthly depending on market conditions! Sometimes the market is quiet for 2-3 weeks and nothing happens, and then it breaks out and we get trades that (most of the time) recover the "dead" period.
I've traded in the past and I can get 10%+ ROI weekly
trading $100k lots ($500) depending on if you're a short term or long-term trader, I prefer short-term as it provides better results and requires less margin so we'll say trading on the hourly charts we'll want usually no more than 100 pip margin ($1,000) give yourself 10x margins so $10k investment you can trade $100k lots at .5% leverage. If trading EURUSD each pip is $10 per $100k lot so if you average 10 pips per day which is a fine goal x 5 days = $500 profit from your $10,000. So 5% weekly ROI.
I'd trade 200k or more lots with $10k cause I trade on 1-minute, 5-minute, 15-minute graphs so 100 pip margins arent needed, rather 30 pips.
If you're saying 75% to 100% ROI per year, thats a goal you want to make with STOCKS. CURRENCIES yield much higher profits than stocks so you should have a goal of 500% per year.
But you're a long-term trader I see so if it yields 100% per year with less risk and less time involved than a short-term trader then what you're offering can be very worth it to some. I've had to pay up to $3000 to learn how to make 100% yearly with stocks xP.
Other than that, for $300 was it? 100% ROI per year is definately worth it. I'm curious as to your teaching method though ===