UPDATE: Tracking the $50K Account 30 Day Progress

We have officially finished the first month of allowing a robot to manage my $50,000 account. Now, if you guys missed the first episode where I gave $50,000 to software, which I’m referencing as a robot, check out that video. You’ll understand exactly what I’m talking about in this video and exactly when this is coming out.

We mark the 30-day time period of how long the robot has been able to manage my funds. Let’s dive in and see how well we’ve been able to perform over the last 30 days, with only two hiccups, which I will get into in this video. Without further ado, let’s jump right to it.

Welcome back. If you’re new to the channel, my name is Matt Jimenez. And if you don’t know who I am, I am an entrepreneur who has worked with the greatest minds in finance over the last several years. I’m here to pour into you guys everything that they poured into me. In this episode, I want to go over the average monthly performance of the FED bot from Nurp. I want to track how well it’s performed from October 27th to the 1st of December, which is when I’m recording this video.

Nurp has serviced over 1,500 clients, and from the data they’ve collected from 1,500 people utilizing this software, they’ve gotten an average of 10 to 12% returns monthly. Now, when people hear this, they go crazy, and they’re like, “That’s impossible.” Keep in mind, guys, this is an average, not what everyone is doing month over month. There are some months that are much lower, and there are other months that are much higher. The mean of an average is finding the average; we take the highest earners, the lowest earners, and we find the middle. That’s what an average is, guys.

So a lot of people freak out; they DM me like, “What? That’s impossible. There’s no way you’re doing 10 to 12%.” Mind you, it’s an average of over 1,500 people utilizing the software, primarily the FED bot, which is the most popular one, and it’s the one I’m utilizing. So let’s go ahead and jump right into the screen share, where I’m going to pull up my FX book, which is a third-party provider where they track data. The FED bot is connected to my brokerage account, which is Fusion Markets Live, and it’s attached to my FX book, where they can record all the data. I’m going to show exactly how that looks for you guys.

Okay, here we are: the FED $50,000 account, Fusion Markets Live is the broker, 1:500 is my leverage. As you can see, since we started the account, which was active trading on October 27th till December 1st when I’m filming this, it’s about a month. In that time period, we did a whopping 2.78% gain for about 30 days of trading. The reason why I say “about” is because there was human error right over here where you see this drawdown. It’s not actually a drawdown. What happened was there was a change in passwords, and I guess, in doing that, I had to turn back on the software. This, again, is human error. This is why software is so much more effective in trading than humans because simple things like that don’t happen when it comes to software.

The reason for this mistake was merely me not being attentive and realizing that the auto trading was not active, which is a simple click of a button that I have to do, not the software. So that was about a 2-day pause in trading, and then again, we have this minor drawdown, which isn’t actually a drawdown. It’s unrealized. Down below is the equity growth, so the actual amount of capital that’s in the…

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