We are little concerned about subscriber now at this point but yes, once it grows, the number of options that we buy will be less, of course.
This approach concerns many of us as potential subscribers. It’s a trend we see among troublesome strategies. (1) Pump up the leverage at first to get a phenomenal return, (2) Reduce leverage as subscribers come online, and often, perform other dangerous tricks like (3) excessive buying down into losing trades or (4) re-leveraging up to try and make up for losses or to goose performance and attract more subscribers. You’re starting off the first month of your strategy with as much as 60 contracts of QQQ on about $15k investment. I’d be personally comfortable with about 1/10th of that leverage.
I’m not saying you’ll devolve into dirty tricks like 3 or 4. But there is no basis in money/trade/risk management theory for saying “of course” you’ll reduce the number of contracts traded when the subscriber base grows. None. That can only be considered a bait-and-switch marketing strategy to get subscribers who expect huge numbers, and instead give them something ordinary that keeps them paying fees while hoping for your strategy to go back to the huge gains you started off with. Usually, while marketing a bait-and-switch strategy a salesperson would never admit the switch. You, on the other hand, laid it out for us, garnished with “of course”.
Good luck to you and your subscribers.