Thanks AlexanderG and VIXStrategies, I have both systems on my watch list. I am just thinking, if you can get a 30% CAGR after fees, lets say in a tax free IRA account, a 50K account will grow in 10 years to about 690K - the magic of compound interest.”
Going through some of the old threads I just realized I did not respond to the comment made to my observation above which was just to demonstrate the magic of compound interest.
Never in my wildest dreams would I expect that anyone on C2 could achieve over 10 years a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 30% let alone that few, if anyone, will still be around here 10 years from now. Just to keep it in perspective, Warren Buffett, considered by many the best investor in the world, achieved “only” about 20% CAGR over his investment career.
So keep that in mind when many of the new system developer promise outlandish returns.