We offer services to individuals (including IRAs) as well as institutions such as banks, pension funds, trusts, etc. We work directly with individuals and institutions as well as through investment advisors (RIA), certified financial planners, wealth managers and Brokers. Our goal is to take a small portion of assets and achieve steady growth trading futures options on the CME.

Our first step is to have you review our disclosure.  Once you are satisfied with the arrangement, we will assist in setting up a brokerage account that is tailored to the needs of this type of investment. You grant us power of attorney to enter and exit trades but the account remains in your name.


We typically do two trades per month.  One trade that expires mid-month, and the second trade which expires end of month.   You will receive trade confirmations from the broker. Your trade activity and statements will also be recorded in our internal network for your convenience. We provide monthly trade reports and historical performance reports to make it easy for you to monitor your portfolio. All related documents, disclosures and signed contracts are available from our online web-based system.



Our trading strategies can be tailored to aggressive growth or income. When we setup your account, we will work closely with you to determine your objectives and set benchmarks to meet your needs.

We will handle all the paperwork necessary to get your account established. You only have to fill out our information sheet and sign the disclosure form. We'll copy all the necessary information and the brokerage setup forms and only ask for your signatures. Accounts can be setup for corporate, trusts, individuals as well as accounts setup to trade equity held in a retirement account through a third-party administrator.


The risk of loss in trading commodity futures and options can be substantial. Before trading, you should carefully consider your financial position to determine if futures trading is appropriate. When trading futures and/or options, it is possible to lose the full balance of your account. It is also possible to lose more than your initial deposit when trading futures and/or granting/writing options. As a result, selling/writing "naked" options exposes the seller/writer to the possibility of margin calls and virtually unlimited risk. All funds committed should be purely risk capital. Past performance is no guarantee of future trading results.

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