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  1. Hypothetical or "back-tested" data is not derived from "real-time" actual  trading data. Our detail trading chart that can be downloaded from the statistics page goes
    back 11 years beginning with this "back-tested" data. It then begins to show "real-time" trades beginning in mid 2009, at which time we began actual trading along
    with sending out signals to our members who have actually traded these signals also. A site produced by the CFTC explains why we should possibly treat
    hypothetical trading statistics with less authenticity than "real-time" actual trading statistics. Even though earlier hypothetical "back-tested" data can lend some
    credence to profit claims, it still should be considered as just that, not "real-time" but "hypothetical". Click Here to go to CFTC Fraud Advisors.
  2. Futures trading contains substantial risk and is not for everyone. As a futures trader, you could lose all or more of your initial investment. Only capital that you can
    afford to lose without jeopardizing your financial security or life style should be used for trading. You should maintain sufficient capital to prevent over leveraging.
  3. We are not members of the National Futures Association nor do we hold ourselves out as or make claims to be a CTA (Commodity Trading Advisor).. Identical
    advice is given to all members with no one receiving specific, tailored or advice patterned to individual needs.
  4. There are no guarantees of future income and there is the possibility of losing all or more of your investment when trading futures.
1) BASIC FACTS ABOUT EMINI'S... The S&P 500 E-mini is a futures contract that tracks the S&P 500 index. It is traded on the Chicago Mercantile
Exchange (CME) via their Globex electronic platform. Trading is 23 ½ hours a day, 5 days a week, using the symbol ES. Each 1 point move in the
S&P500 index is worth US$50 per contract and the minimum move of the E-mini futures contract (tick size) is 0.25 index points or US$12.50 per

The E-mini contract was launched in September 1997 to attract non-professional investors into trading index futures. The CME did this by making the
contract 1/5th the size of the standard S&P500 futures contract, therefore, requiring only 1/5th the margin to trade. E-mini contracts are very similar to
other futures contracts. They expire quarterly in March, June, September and December and are denoted by the letters “H”, “M”, “U” and “Z” respectively.
So ES11H (or ESH11) is the symbol for an S&P500 Emini futures contract that expires in March 2011.

There are many websites and videos on the Internet (especially YouTube) explaining e-mini futures trading. The following random you tube video is a
fairly good one to start with:
E-mini Video. You can search yourself for more videos and also go to the official Chicago Mercantile Site to learn more
about trading and holiday hours, roll-over dates, etc. As a SMMF member, you will be well informed as to what, when and how to trade and will receive
daily e-mails in advance informing you of potential S&P E-mini Futures trades to take either at market opening at 6:00 PM ET Sun-Thurs, or later during
the 22 1/4 trading session up until 4:15 PM ET the next day. You can learn and practice our system with simulated trading during the 60 day Free Trial
and watch your simulated account grow. These orders can be placed as limit or stop orders, so you don't have to be there for them to execute. At the
end of the free trial, if not satisfied, just cancel.... No cost.... Or let you membership continue and keep receiving the trading signals for only $39.00 a

In order to trade,  you will need a day-trading account with one of many discount futures brokerage firms. See more in the next step.
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$39.00 A MONTH
A Few Comments From Some Members....

"You are a rarity in this business, with your honesty."
Jonathan T. 8/18/2012

"All I can say is God Bless you & Keep up the good work!"...
Jeff S. 5/7/2012

"There are only a handful (websites to assist me with trading decisions) that are operated by honest
individuals, and even a smaller number that are operated by honest individuals and make money for
their subscribers. In subscribing to your website, I was always aware that there are no guarantees in
futures trading and your 'worst case scenario' writeup about what might possibly happen made that
clear. You always faithfully record the winners and losers as they occur and my account has
duplicated the performance you post on your website since my initial subscription last August, 2010"....
Evan P.  06/19/2011

"I see your website is really very accurate and totally honest. I can't think of anyone else who ever does
that. They highlight the successes but they don't ever mention the bad trades. You are totally
comprehensive and revealing. Good for you!"...
Frank K. 4/15/2011

"Having been a member for over a year, I think the service is fantastic! I will be remaining a subscriber
long term!"... Pat P. 11/21/2010

1) If you would be satisfied earning from $150 to over $300* per
month trading only ONE e-mini contract at a time in your futures
account beginning with an approximate startup capital of $3,000
(You can start with less but that is the suggested minimum).

2) If you can dedicate less than 30 minutes a day at your

3) If you understand the risk involved in stock market futures
trading and understand that no system is perfect and that you
can lose money.

4) And most important, if you can be patient, our members do
not trade on emotion or spontaneous momentary decisions. Our
trades are set in advance every day.

If YES to these questions, then our SMMF trading system may be
for you..
And best of all, You can sign up Free for 60 days.

* $300 is based on real time monthly average from trading our Original SMMF
signals over the past 5 years.
Just simply look on the Internet for a "futures broker", call them and tell them you want to start a futures account to trade emini S&P 500 futures and they
will take you from there. Most brokers require some type of minimum amount (somewhere around $2000 + or -) to open an account.
 And of course this
is your money in your account and the only person who can touch it is you.

I would strongly suggest for you to use a broker that will give you the free version of Ninja Trader (for trading simulated, not using real money, for a
while). This is the trading platform that I and most of our members use, and also the one I demonstrate on, so it will be a lot simpler to follow and
familiarize you with our trading system. You can read through the instructions for operating Ninja, such as setting up for the current contact month for
trading, opening the trading platform, etc. Also you broker representative should gladly help you too... It is in their interest to educate you about Ninja, or
at least tell you where to find the answers when you ask. I would suggest also to set up the platform automatically go to "simulated" whenever you sign
onto your account. You can always reset the simulated account back to the original amount. Would be nice if you could do that with a "real" account, but
not so....Make sure they allow you to trade at day-trading margins for the complete session (I.E. 6:00 PM ET - 4:15 PM ET the next day) when trading
"real time". Pick one that can offer you education about trading S&P E-Minis if you're unfamiliar with these futures. Our trading system doesn't use
complicated strategies, just basic trading knowledge. We will tell you exactly what to do and when to do it....
Here are some suggestions for futures
brokers that our present membership now use:

Suggestions for brokers received from members: tpfutures.com......... Optimus Trading....  ATC Brokers.... AMP futures... Mirus Futures....
OptionsXpress.. You can find them all on the Internet. I personally use Mirus.

Practice trading simulated before you
trade real time....  NO CHARGE

NO Purchase up front...

NOT complicated to learn

EASY to follow "One a Day" trading
Emini Futures System
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For those that are already familiar with S&P E-Mini futures and have a trading account you may want to skip to #3

Trading one contract needs approximately $3000 minimum capital (or multiples of per number of contracts traded). It is always advisable to
have extra reserves just in case of a major draw-down (this draw down variable is always an unknown that is not likely to happen but could
happen). The SMMF system has profit exits from 1 to 4 points...

It does not take long to become familiar with our Original SMMF signals that we have been sending out real-time since 2009. The average "real
time" yearly profit since 2009 for the Original SMMF is above $2800 (i.e. 93% of the $3000 investment) per contract traded. You can trade
multiple contracts. If the conditions are met after market settlement close comes in at 4:15 PM ET, we may have a trade or may not have a trade
upon a new session market re-opening at 6:00 PM ET Sunday through Thursday. Since 2009, we have had "real time" winning trades in the
Original SMMF above 87% of the time.

Information concerning our "real time" trades are on the
Statistics page of the website. We previously traded a phase 1 and phase 2. Both of
these phases have been discontinued, basically because they produced little or no income, as opposed to risk. The grey background on the
statistics page are "real time trades". There also is a "back tested" chart that can be downloaded also, showing data that is not "real time" (any
data not highlighted in grey background is not "real time"). This data was computed using real time market data, along with the trading signals
that would have been given on that date, to compute whether a win or loss would have happened on that date. This is not real time, but back
tested. Refer to the disclaimer section below.

I strongly suggest that you do "simulated" trading on any of the signals until you feel comfortable and completely understand them. That is a
reason we offer 60 days free trial. Mistakes can be costly and you can lose money trading. Even though back-testing history has shown positive
returns in all of these phases, there are no guarantees. The Original SMMF also shows a "real time" history going back 5 years. Though the
original SMMF does not use stop limits, you may use a catastrophic 20 +or- points stop loss. Using a catastrophic stop loss on the original
SMMF has shown to produce a little less revenue over the years, but can give more "peace of mind" to those who desire it. Again, the earlier
historical data (before 2009) is back-tested, even though it should be "what would have really happened", or close to it anyway. Following are
examples of spreadsheet trading "cut-outs" in email's that will usually come around 4:30 PM ET on weekdays, giving possibly trades to take at
the 6:00 PM ET market open (Sun-Thurs). They are explained in detail in the membership once you sign up.

Original SMMF trade example:

After market close at 4:15 PM ET, we wait on the settlement price before our charts can give us the exact trade figures. The settlement price
usually comes in around 4:22 PM ET. Then the final calculations are made and the email's are sent out to members for a possible trade once a
new session opens at 6:00 PM ET (Sunday through Thursday).

                                                                              YOU CAN LOSE MONEY TRADING FUTURES...
"Emotionless Trading is the Key"
Neal E Hall