“Avi Butz’s Strategies” is the most expensive strategy on the C2 Leader Board, charging $595 a month for a subscription. Recent autotrades show 10-12 trades, which gives a rough idea of the number of subscribers.
It came to my attention because it has both of the markers for major problems or failure here: a win % of 96.3%, well over the safer 79% cutoff, and a win$/loss$ ratio of .16, well below the safer cutoff of 1.2.
“Avi Butz’s Strategies” currently has the second highest C2 score among all strategies here. It shows fantastic returns before subscribers joined and returns under 1% since recording its first autotrade.
From March 2020 when it started through the afternoon on Sept 15 when it did its first autotrade, Avi Butz’s Strategies gained 187%. From that time until the early afternoon on Dec 21, it has underperformed the SP500, returning only 0.86% total over those 3 months. The value of the strategy was $145,271 at 2:47pm on Sept 15, and it is $146,518 as I write this on Dec. 21.
It is not unusual here for a strategy to do well here before gaining autotraders and then stall out (I am a developer who has experienced this myself). Yet a sub fee of $595 a month is a lot to pay for a net return of less than 0.3% a month.