Find out the answers to the most frequently asked questions by our students before starting their journey with us.
- Complete the course first (3 weeks)
- Open and practice on a Demo account for at least 4 weeks (no funding required)
- Switch to a live account, suggesting starting capital $2,000 USD. With less is possible but it would require a higher risk.
- From 9.30 am EST (US Market Open)
- And/Or from 2.40 pm EST (US Market Close)
- For other timezones, during other Market Open day sessions (London Open, Asian Open, etc.)
- In general, anytime there’s a high volume of transactions in the market
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- In the Profile Method™ program we teach how to aim for 65/70% of winning trades.
- The amount of money that you can make on a weekly basis will also depend on your starting capital.
- To give an example: we recommend starting trading live with a $2000 account and focusing on micro contracts. A micro contract’s value is $500 and by trading 3 micros, the expected returns are between $50/$200 per day.
- The goal is to get consistency and then scaling out the account following the same strategy and to build a 6 figure trading business reaching $500/$1000 per day (Korbs’ capital in order to achieve that is $25,000 USD).
- With the understanding that there always will be winning and losing days, we’ll teach you how to aim for a 5-10% weekly return on your account.
- Our best students and most profitable are the ones that complete the program and that participate actively in the live streams and in the support sessions provided so we’re confident to say that if you do the same, the chances of success are over 90%.
- What we provide are a series of tools and ongoing mentorship to put you in the position to excel as fast as possible; of course, a real commitment and effort on your side are essential to make it work.
- It’s like going to a good university: the chances to have a great career later are real but they’re never a guarantee unless you put the work on.