Actual Performance
Gemini VF1 Trading System
***Past performance may not be necessarily indicative of future results.
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These results are based on 1 contract, with a starting balance of $25,000. Monthly subscription $297 per contract and commission $30/RT are included in the profit/loss calculation.
System Description
Market Sector:  Mini Indexes
Markets Traded:  VX ,
System Type:  Mid Term
Risk per Trade:  varies
Trading Rules:  Not Disclosed
Suggested Capital:  $25,000
Developer Fee per contract:  $297.00 Monthly Subscription
Closed to new investors
System Description: 
Gemini VF1 often trades the volatility index, otherwise known as VIX. The system can "go long" volatility and can "go short" based on technical factors and proprietary research. Generally, the more volatile the markets become with Geo-political or economic uncertainties the greater potential for a larger profitable trade. VF1 can trade other markets.
Statistical Summary
Gemini VF1 Tracked Since: November 19, 2012
Profit/Loss Total: $20,750.49
Rates of Return: 83.0020%
Avg Annual Return: 17.7861%
Total # of Trades: 221
Winning # of Trades: 167
Average Winning: $558.13
Average Losing: ($1,034.49)
Profit Factor: 1.67
Sharpe Ratio*: 0.4890
Sterling Ratio*: 0.1467
Max Month-to-Month DrawDown*: ($27,813.84)
Nov,16 to Jul,17 (111.26%)
*** See Definitions below.
Latest Closed Trades (updated daily after 4pm)
Entry Exit Market Buy Sell Result
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Note: Latest closed trades do not account for commissions or fees. Striker displays latest closed trades to make it easier for clients to compare their statements to reporting.
Actual Performance Data
Life of System
Traded Since Profits Losses Wins Losses Trades Net Points Profit/Loss
November 19, 2012 $93,207.73 ($55,862.20) 167 54 221 43.98 $20,750.49
Yearly Results
  Profits Losses Wins Losses Trades Net Points Profit/Loss
2012 Results: $3,703.80 ($389.24) 5 1 6 3.55 $2,720.56
2013 Results: $14,243.68 ($5,446.20) 18 5 23 9.70 $6,124.48
2014 Results: $26,386.16 ($10,881.88) 36 7 43 17.19 $12,237.28
2015 Results: $16,510.09 ($7,467.40) 41 10 51 11.04 $6,666.69
2016 Results: $26,299.40 ($7,045.56) 65 19 84 22.55 $15,689.84
2017 Results: $4,521.52 ($25,130.88) 2 12 14 (20.06) ($22,688.36)
Monthly Results    2012 |  2013 |  2014 |  2015 |  2016 |  2017 | 
  Profits Losses Wins Losses Trades Net Points Profit/Loss
Jan, 2017 $0.00 ($5,140.00) 0 2 2 (5.08) ($5,455.48)
Feb, 2017 $0.00 ($3,860.00) 0 2 2 (3.80) ($4,175.48)
Mar, 2017 $0.00 ($3,800.00) 0 2 2 (3.74) ($4,115.48)
Apr, 2017 $4,540.00 $0.00 2 0 2 4.60 $4,224.52
May, 2017 $0.00 ($6,560.00) 0 2 2 (6.50) ($6,875.48)
Jun, 2017 $0.00 ($1,100.00) 0 2 2 (1.04) ($1,415.48)
Jul, 2017 $0.00 ($4,560.00) 0 2 2 (4.50) ($4,875.48)

Maximum Draw Down The biggest deciline of equity over a specific period of time. Peak to valley is the difference between a high point of equity and the next lowest point of equity over a number of trades on the monthly basis.
Purpose: This indicator is used to help analyze the risk of an account.
How to use: The Maximum Draw Down is a tool for the portfolio selection process. It is used as a risk measure and allows individuals to get an indication about how an account might react to a trend of falling prices.
Sharpe Ratio Measures the return earned in excess of the risk-free rate on a portfolio to the portfolio's total risk. The prior month's 90 Day T-Bill Rate is used as risk-free rate.
Purpose: Like other risk-adjusted ratios, the Sharpe Ratio compares the returns to a specific measure of risk. Here, the standard deviation is used. The Sharpe Ratio helps evaluate the potential returns in light of the underlying risk.
How to use: The Sharpe Ratio is used to evaluate the quality rather than the quantity of the returns of a security or a portfolio of securities. The higher the value of the indicator, the better the quality of the returns on a risk/reward basis.
Sterling Ratio A risk-adjusted ratio given by dividing the returns on a security by the Maximum Draw Down (the biggest consecutive loss) for the same period.
Purpose: Like other risk-adjusted ratios, the Sterling Ratio compares the returns to a specific measure of risk. Here, the Maximum Draw Down is used. The Sterling Ratio helps evaluate the potential returns on a security in light of the underlying risk.
How to use: The Sterling Ratio is used to evaluate the quality rather than the quantity of the returns on a security or a portfolio of securities. The higher the value of the indicator, the better the quality of the returns on a risk/reward basis.
System Performance Disclosure:
System Description
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Actual Monthly Performance
The table and charts represent the monthly/quarterly/annual summation of actual trades based on system-specified contract(s) executed through Striker Securities, Inc. using the referenced trading system or system vendor for the stated time period. Commissions and monthly vendor fees are deducted from the tabulation. This table is presented for information purposes only and is not a solicitation for the referenced system or vendor. Striker Securities, Inc. as a matter of policy has no financial relationship with the referenced system or vendor or any other trading system or vendor. PAST PERFORMANCE IS NOT INDICATIVE OF FUTURE RESULTS. The results indicated here may or may not be typical of the performance of this system and, ALTHOUGH WE BELIEVE THIS INFORMATION TO BE ACCURATE, HIGHGROUND TRADING MAKES NO ENDORSEMENT OF THIS OR ANY SYSTEM NOR WARRANTS ITS PERFORMANCE. This is not the only trading system that Striker Securities, Inc. executes for its clients. Potential traders should carefully investigate, evaluate and compare trading systems before investing capital. Some or all trading systems may involve an inappropriate level of risk for potential traders. It is the nature of commodity trading that where there is the opportunity for profit, there is also the risk of loss. In opening an account with Highground Trading, Customer acknowledges and agrees that he/she will rely solely upon the information that Highground Trading provides to you. Thus, all prior third-party materials provided are superseded by the information and disclosures provided by Highground Trading.

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