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Systems Performance Ranking Update
Results through June 28, 2013.
Past performance may not be necessarily indicative of future results.
3-Month Performance Ranking
Leading Lagging
1. Battalion (ES)       1. Titan-DS M1A (YI)  
2. MeanSwing II (EMD)       2. Titan-DS M1A (SI)  
3. Passion_ES       3. STC Stemwinder 2 (ES)  
4. Delphi II ER Cons. (ER)       4. Aberration (Mid-size)  
5. Saturn (ES)       5. MAR ES  
6-Month Performance Ranking
Leading Lagging
1. Dollar Trader       1. Titan-DS M1A (YI)  
2. FedSwing EMD       2. Gator TREND (SI)  
3. Passion_ES       3. SC Stemwinder 2 (ES)  
4. Battalion (ES)       4. MAR 3 Sector Portfolio  
5. Leopard II Alt       5. MAR ES  
12-Month Performance Ranking
Leading Lagging
1. Saturn (ES)       1. Gator Trend (SI)  
2. Battalion (ES)       2. Titan-DS M1A (YI)  
3. Power Growth 2 (PG2)       3. Gator Trend (GC)  
4. MeanSwing II (EMD)       4. Ideal Natural Gas 1  
5. Leopard II Alt       5. MAR 3 Sector Portfolio  
The trading performance cited in the table above represents actual trading history of day-trading and swing trading systems at Striker, commissions included. For all trades listed, Striker holds the actual trading tickets. Reporting actual results of trading activity is a long tradition at Striker, and one that sets us apart in the industry. Our clients know they can view actual performance of trading systems, commissions included, in the client section of our web site. In the case of "split fills", we always report the worst fill. The percentage returns reflect the inclusion of commissions. Please note that past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.

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The trading performance cited throughout our web site is based on actual trading history, unless otherwise noted. The starting account balance is based on the system developer recommendation. Striker tracks actual performance by recording and maintaining each trade ticket for each system generated. The performance information assumes that no additions or withdrawals have been made. The rate of return for all systems disclosed in the Striker Report is cumulative from the day the system actually started trading at Striker. We maintain a "life" track for all 3rd party systems. We do not necessarily base our records on any particular client account. No one particular customer has achieved these results. The percentage returns reflect inclusion of commissions and fees.The actual percentage gains/losses experienced by investors will vary depending on many factors, including, but not limited to: starting account balances, market behavior, the duration and extent of investor participation (whether or not a client takes all signals for a system) in the specified system and money management techniques.

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