John Pipers’ A minus B System
What they say about A minus B system:
“This Amazing ‘A Minus B’ Gambling
System Could Make You An Easy
£200 A Day In Under Five Minutes!”
For the last year I’ve been using the most laughably easy money-making system on the planet to make £200+ a day.
It takes me under five minutes each day (it is flat out impossible to spend more time than this.)
All you need is a bog standard computer.
Anyone can do this – you don’t need special skills or talents. But you DO need to be able to subtract, so this may not be for everyone!
I’ll explain that in a moment but before I do, I want you to imagine what difference an extra £200 each weekday would make to you.
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Trader’s Bulletin Review of A Minus B System
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First thoughts (September 2018):
The A minus B system manual by John Piper. It is well written and easy to understand even for a novice who may not know anything about stock markets and trading.
Without giving to much away, the system exploits gaps in the market, only takes a few minutes each morning and is a real set and forget system.
What follows are my results, showing each trade plus weekly totals …
[updated 30 Nov 2018]
Conclusion after 10 weeks of trading:
As stated, A Minus B was quick to get to grips with. The manual was easy to understand as it goes into good detail about how to find the trades and, as it’s a manual rather than videos, you can easily go back and reread on anything you’re unsure about. [NB: system now comes with DVD of seminar to reinforce information in the manual.]
Once I read through the manual, which took no more than 2hrs, I started paper trading the next day.
A Minus B is suitable for newbies and experienced traders, and the author does seem knowledgeable about the market traded.
You don’t have to use your own discretion, the rules are clearly set out in the manual. This means that you should be able to match the results produced by the system creator.
The maximum risk on each trade is 52pts, so if you’re trading at 50p per point, this would be £26 risk.
The strike rate throughout the trial hovered around the 65% mark, and I felt comfortable with the risk-reward I was getting (see results chart above).
My daily routine goes something like this … I check to see if there will be a trade for the day a couple of minutes before 08:00hrs. And, if the conditions are right, I place the trade at 08:05hrs. At the start of the review I gave myself extra time until I became familiar with the process, which only took a couple of trades. So now I can check and place the trade in under 10minutes.
The best run was 4 winning trades to 1 losing trade giving an overall weekly profit of 143pts.
The worst run was 3 losing trades to 1 winner and 1 no trade day for an overall weekly loss of 109pts.
For the purposes of the review, I’ve been using £1 per point so as of yet not covered the asking price of the manual. But it’s for the longer term so yes I would expect to cover the cost and then start banking profit.
I would recommend this to other traders. It’s not a get rich quick scheme, but one worth having in your armoury.
Barry (Reviewer for Trader’s Bulletin)