TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW | Managed Forex Trading Account


QTC TECHNOLOGY is a unique strategy for investors who seek a solution that offers:

High profit potential
Great risk/reward ratio
Middle- to longer-term investments
Unique approaches to uninterruptable risk management
The ability to stay in the market at all times; never missing trends
Both bear and bull market performance
Automatically reduced capital usage during market consolidations
Easily scalable capital usage; up or down at any time
The option to reinvest profits
A small numbers of trades, reducing overall costs
A completely automated and autonomous process


The goal of any investment is always to generate profit. The QTC solution generates generous profits. For evidence, take a look at charts below. Even if you are not a financial shark, you can still see that, using this system, an investment of just $10,000 can generate $46,000 for you within four years--that is growth of 115% per year! Of course, this is just a hypothetical investment, but it is calculated based on real data from the real market. The performance of your investment will depend on many factors, but these charts give you rough estimations of returns you can expect.


Many investors use the risk/reward ratio used to compare the benefit of the expected returns of an investment to the amount of risk taken to capture these returns. In other words, when considering any investment, you must decide your own answer to this question: How much you are willing to lose for the opportunity to achieve your projected profits? We have prepared charts that can help illustrate answers to this question. These charts show you a so-called “equity curve.” This curve basically shows you the state of your account at any given moment. Ideally, your equity curve should rise as high as possible at all times. However, in real life, it a constantly rising equity curve is nearly impossible to achieve. Any trading system will have its bad days, which means that the curve will go down for some time. On the other hand, if those declines are not serious and less significant than the overall uptrend of the equity curve, then one can consider the trading strategy that created it to be well designed. In the QTC trading system, you can see that the equity curve declines remain relatively small; the maximum drawdown is roughly 20%-30%. This tells us that you should be ready to risk losing about 30% of your capital for the chance to earn profits of 100% a year.


QTC’s solution is well suited to most investors who have relatively longer-term financial objectives. By our estimates, annual profit realisation strategies are the most rewarding when using our solution. However, unlike competing products, we don’t limit investors with fixed-term contracts and a predefined set of instructions. You can stop using our solution at any time and you can withdraw any profits at any time. It is entirely up to you.


We have developed a sophisticated computer model that manages the size of your financial positions for you. This proprietary system is constantly buying or selling the required number of units to maintain optimal market exposure and to achieve two primary goals: profit generation and risk control. Therefore, the system buys and sells the risks and rewards with regard to price movements, hence positioning itself appropriately no matter the market direction. The model also tracks risk exposure and is always ready to take the required actions to keep your portfolio in balance.



The QTC strategy is designed to always remain in the market; it adjusts position sizes and tries to evaluate profitable opportunities in the market. The most important difference between QTC’s system and other systems is that it never “guesses” and never “predicts” the very next market move. Remember, the market is inherently unpredictable. No one can tell where—and most importantly when—the market will go up or down…or how far it will go in either direction. Don’t believe any technical or fundamental analyst who tells you otherwise. It is very simple: no one knows what is going to happen next in the markets. The unique ability of our system is that it is always active. The size of your position changes as soon as the market moves. But, rather than trying to time the market, the QTC model uses a unique, patent-pending algorithm to track the size of your position with regard to a price movement.


The QTC computer model has no preference for the direction of market moves--it works well in bull and bear markets. In fact, the computer model is developed symmetrically, meaning that movement itself is important, no matter the direction. If you examine the equity charts we have presented and compare those with the price charts, you will notice that equity is always growing irrespective of price direction.


Another unique attribute of our system is that it tries to reduce you net position size when the market is in a so-called “consolidation phase.” Keep in mind, most of the time the markets are trying to set a fair price for both buyers and sellers. When this happens, prices typically fluctuate within a relatively small range that is not suitable for trading. To make matters worse, some statistics says that consolidation phases are happening 66% of the time! Due to nature of the unique QTC technology, the size of your position is decreased during such phases, therefore reducing the kinds of margin fees that you would otherwise pay on a daily basis, hence reducing overall costs.


The QTC system was developed to trade large accounts with capitalizations of up to $1 million. However, we have adapted the system to reduce the amount of capital required to trade. Moreover, it is now possible to scale your capital to any reasonable size dynamically. This means the system now allows you to add extra money to your investments or withdraw portions at any time. All the system has to know is how much of your capital you commit to trading and it will never above this limit. The minimum size of trading capital for the QTC program is defined by a minimum size of one unit that you can trade with your broker. For example, for trading Forex, many brokers are allowed to trade units—or lots—with the nominal size of $1,000. In this case, the minimum investment size could be $10,000. You can invest more or less money at any time, but keep in mind: You should never go below the minimum investment size as doing so will degrade system performance.


As discussed, your amount of invested capital in the QTC system can be adjusted at any time. Some investors prefer to reinvest profits, which can increase your total system profit, but also increases risks as well. At your discretion, you can choose this option by specifying when you want to lock profits and reinvest them back into the system. For example, you have chosen to invest $10,000 initially using the QTC system. However, after one year, you earn profits of $4,000. If you reinvest that $4,000 into the system, then for the next year, your trading capital limit will be $14,000. In this case, the system will be able to trade more aggressively utilizing the extra capital.



Investors with relatively less capital can benefit from another useful feature of the QTC system. Our computer model is based on tracking the required net position size. This means it does not buy or sell a fixed number of units, as most systems do. Rather, it adjusts position size periodically. The system just trades incremental changes in the position size of the account; hence substantially reducing the total number of transactions in your account. Remember, every broker transaction incurs some costs; reducing the number of trades as part of your investment strategy can also significantly reduce your overall costs.


The genius of the QTC solution is that it does not require any human intervention; and therefore doesn’t involve human emotion or timing. This also means it does not have any parameters that need to be updated on a daily basis or need to be fine-tuned depending on market conditions. The only requirement is that you keep it running and monitor its work with the specialized software that is, in fact, part of the solution itself. Monitoring is only required in the case of technical failures or communication problems. Frequent backups and special, redundant IT solutions are in place—the QTC solution can survive extended downtime periods in the case of unprecedented problems, without a significant influence on the system’s profitability.