80%
traders lose

100%
of their capital in first 300 days of trading

TOP 3

reasons for failure

EDUCATION

Most New Traders start investing / trading without any formal education & do not follow basic principals of investing & trading

TRADING TOOLS

The Winning Traders educate themselves & learn to use Trading Tools & gain an edge over the others who lack both education & tools

MENTORSHIP

The winners find other winners as their Mentors who’ve years of experience in navigating tricky & complex market conditions

In nutshell, winning traders spend time to educate themselves & learn the basic principals of investing & trading before deploying serious capital. They develop & source the best trading tools to gain an edge in the markets. They manage to find best mentors to guide them during tricky market conditions

Lack of education, trading tools & mentorship is number 1 reason why MOST people lose

100% of a Retail Customer's Investment is lost in 12 Months

The SEC studied the habits of retail FX traders and discovered, “approximately 70% of customers lose money every quarter and on average 100% of a retail customer’s investment is lost in less than 12 months.”

97% Lost Money

A study of Brazilian futures traders found 97% of individuals who traded in the market for more than 300 days lost money on their trades.

80% Lost Money

Another study of eToro day-traders found nearly 80% of them lost money over a 12-month period

1

Get Rich Quick
All Traders Start with the Dream To Get Rich Quick, nothing wrong if you have a plan

2

80% of all day traders quit trading within the first 2 years
Either they lose all their capital or lose motivation to trade altogether

4

Nearly 40% of New Trades survive only for a month
Within 3 years only 13% continue to trade & most of them still lose on a net of fees basis

4

1% of All Traders can profit net of fees
Over a period of 5 years only 1% of all traders can profit net of fees

5

Majority of Traders started investing without formal trading knowledge
Most people who lost had one thing in common, they relied on others for their investing decision.