Dr. Anna Becker
Co-Founder, CEO. Leads the Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning teams at EndoTech
Expending a leveraged bullet

After a flawless consecutive three months of positive results, a large set of moves caused January to produce a negative full loss for 42 clients. These clients are limited only to those who joined in January ‘21 to the HYPER ETH LEVERAGE X 10 strategy.

While for all other strategies systems entered a NO TRADING zone by acknowledging over-high-risk ET-Volatility indicators.

However, on the HYPER ETH LEV X 10 Alpha strategy, our same ET-Volatility indicator signaled that Ultra-High-Risk strategies may enter and start trading.

The table above showcases the 5 consecutive trades resulting in 90-100% loss for select clients.

Please note this total loss scenario is limited to only new January clients, as any that started prior to January have already made 200-600% in profits, and since our money management is Fixed Principal they lost 100% of the initial deposit, thus still remaining with a nice 100-500% profit overall.

First “Bullet” (Principle) was lost for the first time in the history of EndoTech by 42 select clients.

Is this kind of loss likely to happen again? Certainly yes. However, we of course endeavor to adapt, learn and evolve further improved results through the experience.

When is it likely to happen again? It could happen as soon as next month. Always keep in mind we are producing annual and long-term stable results. Statistical performance over time requires all participants to accept the highs and lows. As we have showcased repeatedly, sequence of negative months represent the most ideal time to increase or reload capital into connection to our strategies.

Should you join or re-join this strategy specifically after such a loss occurring?

If you look for:

1. Ultra-high-risk high-return (100% loss and potential monthly returns of 1000% and up).

2. Trading with Risk-Loss capital (capital that you can afford to lose)

3. Having at least two “bullets” in your Risk capital to continue

4. Using at MOST 15% of your total Risk capital for Ultra risky strategies

Then Yes. For any who cannot or no longer continue to answer affirmatively to the above the answer is No.

We look forward to produce more alongside you. Thank you for your time and consideration.