OK. let’s look at this.
Your strategy got its first autotrader on Dec 23. That’s important because the trades become real: no more stale pricing and it’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 we’ll have to wait and see what happens in the longer run. You may yet be vindicated. I hope for your subscribers’ sake that you are able to deliver great returns.
[UPDATE later Thursday afternoon]:
This strategy has continued to fall in value. Indeed, since Graff’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 Thursday’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.