Case Study : Tom Miller

Tom is a credit to what can be done when you apply robotic discipline to a structured set of rules.

Through a tough physical injury that restricted his ability to work - he was fortunate enough to find trading.

He began learning with me in 2021 - and is now full-time from home.

By showing his results I hope the aspiring traders out there can see what can be achieved when you put your mind to something - and combine it with the right guidance.

Tom is currently accepting investment - for further details please get in touch.

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Tom runs several accounts - here we see his model account that's been untouched since depositing.

Account Performance

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TOTAL ROI = 119.54%

TOTAL TRADES PLACED = 934

MODEL ACCOUNT : SUMMARY

STARTING BALANCE (30th June 2021) ≈ £7,000

CURRENT BALANCE (31st July 2022) = £16,017.44

Winning Trades

Number of Wins = 495

Biggest Win = £1,618.47

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Losing Trades

Number of Losses = 415

Biggest Loss = £580.58

Want The Proof?

Here are the independent broker statements!

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CMC Markets UK plc (173730) and CMC Spreadbet plc (170627) are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority in the United Kingdom.

Monthly % Breakdown

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Average Winning Month = +18.80%

Average Losing Month = -10.20%

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Are These Results Good?

Let's compare to some benchmarks...

£10,000 Investment Comparison

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** The Hedge Fund Index is the average performance of approximately 2500 professional hedge funds

** The FTSE 100 Index is a basket of the largest 100 UK shares

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RISK WARNING: Trading is not a "get rich quick" scheme, and whilst it has large potential rewards, it can also have large potential risks. Make sure that you consider your investment objectives, level of experience and risk appetite. You should never risk more than you can afford to lose and if you fail to understand, or you are uncertain of the risks involved, please seek independent advice. Please also keep in mind that past performance is no indication of future results.