Gemini VF1, which trades the S&P 500 Volatility Index (VIX) futures, logged a $1,350 gross profit, or +5.4%, for its $25k model portfolio after a fourteen-day trading sequence that involved four contracts.
The system is now up $6,500 gross for the year, or 26%. That's more than double its annual subscription fee with nine more months of the year to go. (The underlying cash VIX is down 26% this year.)
I know I say this a lot, but it's more true than ever: If you have been thinking about joining the Gemini program, this is a great time as two of the four systems have no positions at present, and thus are ready to start new sequences.
For the convenience of Strategic Advantage members, I have put a table showing all of the Gemini results since inception on a table that's accessible on your portfolios page. Click here to review. To discuss, reply to this email or call us at 206-651-4566.
(Past results may not be indicative of future performance; all accounts may not achieve comparable results; futures trading involves substantial risk of loss; only speculate with money you can afford to lose; gross results do not include cost of subscription or commissions.)