A Successful Time-Tested Trading Method Finally Revealed!

Many believe the Turtle trading program started by Richard Dennis is, by any measure, one of the greatest success stories in the entire history of trading.

Here's a brief background: Richard Dennis was a successful (he turned a $400 family loan into $200 million!) Chicago trader and money manager who firmly believed that successful trading methods could be taught. His partner disagreed. Dennis then went out and recruited 14 people - some of whom had NO trading experience - and taught them his trading methods. He called them his "Turtles" and, after a brief training period, they went on to become masters of the markets.

By one estimate, the Turtles made Richard Dennis over $200 million in profits, while earning $35 million for themselves. But that was then and this is now. What have they done lately?

Still Successful

In 1989, a (soon to become famous and often quoted) article was written by Stanley Angrist in the Wall Street Journal, pointing out that the Turtles as a group for the past five years (meaning 1984-1989) had earned $35 million dollars for themselves, as their percentage of the $175 million they made for their employer (Richard Dennis). The author thought that was a lot of money back then, and really spoke to superior performance by these young traders, compared to all the rest of the financial industry. Was this just a few years of lucky trading, or would this famous 'experiment' continue to stand the test of time?

Well, let's fast forward almost 25 years later. According to Autumn Gold, an independent rating service of money managers there are eight members of the original famous Turtles group of traders who are C.T.A.'s who are still managing public money. Their cumulative assets under management are currently over a billion dollars of customer money.

Russell Sands and his Raintree Futures Inc. management firm posted a +27.14% return for 2012, the best of the 10 funds. But hey, let's not just talk about one year and possibly be accused of 'cherry picking'.

In the past nine years (meaning 2006-2014), during a period where many people are still suffering financial hardships, and the economy is considered by some to still be in a recession, the Turtles have averaged 6.11% per year positive returns, and Russell has outperformed the average with 10.03% average returns during that period.

And although Russell Sands and Raintree Futures is one of the smaller members of the group in terms of assets under management, and even had a few losing years like most of the others, his long term percentage returns have been better on average then all the Turtles group combined.

To some people, this may just sound too good to be true, but you don't have to take my word for it, facts are facts, and the numbers speak for themselves. Just click this link, and you can see the complete official public performance record(s) of all the Turtles who are still out there managing customers' money.


Please note: The performance results of the other turtle traders are not necessarily indicative of "The Turtle System" being offered for sale on this website. Rather, the hypothetical trading results found by visiting the link to the System Performance page are a better indication of how the Turtle System may have performed as a whole. The Turtle Course as taught and sold here is NOT a completely mechanical system, and does allow for a certain amount of discretionary judgment by users. Clients who purchased and traded the Turtle system have had widely varying results, including both better and worse than the returns posted. Please also note that all trading is risky, and past performance is not indicative of future results...

Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future performance. The risk of loss in trading futures contracts, commodity options or forex can be substantial, and therefore investors should understand the risks involved in taking leveraged positions and must assume responsibility for the risks associated with such investments and for their results.

You should carefully consider whether such trading is suitable for you in light of your circumstances and financial resources. You should read the “Disclaimer” accessed by the link below.


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