Risk Disclosure: Trading in futures and options involves a high degree of risk and may not be suitable for all investors. The potential exists for investors to lose more than their initial investment. Risk capital is funds that can be lost without jeopardizing financial security or life quality. Only those with adequate risk capital should engage in trading. Remember, past performance does not guarantee future results.
Hypothetical Performance Disclosure: Hypothetical or simulated performance results have certain limitations unlike an actual performance record. No guarantee is made that any account will achieve profits or losses similar to those inferred or shown. It’s important to note that hypothetical results are often created after-the-fact and do not account for financial risk, making them different from actual trading results. For instance, the ability to endure losses or remain committed to a trading strategy despite losses are important factors that can negatively impact actual trading outcomes. Numerous market-related factors and the execution of a specific trading strategy can affect trading results in ways not accounted for by hypothetical performance data.