OK. letâ€™s look at this.

Your strategy got its first autotrader on Dec 23. Thatâ€™s important because the trades become real: no more stale pricing and itâ€™s harder to do any scalping even with only the few autotraders you have.

At the stock market close that day, the strategy was worth $172,484. As I write this Thursday afternoon, it is worth $133,054. So the strategy is down 22.9% in 2 weeks.

To get that wondrously negative 22.9% return, someone would have to endure margin calls and a 49.2% drawdown.

I would say that **so far** the skeptics are right. Since it got its first autotrader, Soft Power is probably one of the worst performing strategies on C2.

But weâ€™ll have to wait and see what happens in the longer run. You may yet be vindicated. I hope for your subscribersâ€™ sake that you are able to deliver great returns.

**[UPDATE later Thursday afternoon]:**

This strategy has continued to fall in value. Indeed, **since Graffâ€™s last post on this thread early on Wednesday (less than 36 hours ago) his strategy has lost almost half (48.5%) of it value**, falling from $236,954 Wednesday morning to $121,924 at Thursdayâ€™s regular market 4pm close. Over $115,000 in value has disappeared.

As of earlier this week, it appears that he might still have had 4 accounts autotrading his strategy. His current sub fee is $395.