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The Lion Trading Investment Plans.

Here’s the way we introduced the Lion Trading investment plans in our recent “First Thoughts” article about the program:

For the online investor, Lion Trading offers three easy-to-understand investment plans.  They all pay interest daily, one fourth of which actually added to your account every six hours. So, for example, the lowest interest plan, that pays 5% per day, pays it to your account at the rate of 1.25% every six hours.  This is interesting to know, but will rarely be significant.  The daily gross rate of return for the three plans runs from 5% to 7% and the length of the plans are either 30 days or 25 days.  All of the investment plans return your investment as part of your daily return. 

Let’s break this down a little more precisely by giving the details for each of the three investment plans as provided in the website:

  • Plan #1
  • 5% daily for 30 days
  • $5 – $500
  • Plan #2
  • 5.5% daily for 30 days
  • $500 – $1,000
  • Plan #3
  • 7% daily for 25 days
  • $1,000 – $50,000

Analysis of the Lion Trading Investment Plans.

First let’s determine how long it take each of the three investment plans to break even.  This is easy to do.  You simply divide 100% by the daily percent return that each plan pays you.  For example, for Plan #1, you divide 100% by 5% to get that the plan breaks after exactly 20 days.  If you do this same division for Plan #2, you get that the plan breaks even in 18.18 days.  Since you receive your daily return in four installments (every six hours), this plan would break even in 18 days and six hours or 14.25 days.  Similarly, you could determine that Plan #3 will break even in 14 days and 12 hours, or 14.5 days.

Next, let’s determine the average daily net interest (DNI) that you will receive from each of these investment plans.  In case you’ve forgotten, DNI is the total net interest (pure profit) that you receive from an investment plan averaged out over its length.  On the average, it is the amount of profit that an investment plan puts into your pocket every day.  This quantity is almost always camouflaged.  We know that, until an investment plan breaks even, you really haven’t made any profit at all.  However, after it breaks even, everything that you earn in “pure profit.”  Well, DNI is what you get if you average this pure profit out over the length of the investment plan.

With that as an introduction, let’s determine the DNI for each of the Lion Trading investment Plans.  Looking at Plan #1, the total GROSS interest that you will receive from the plan will be the daily gross interest of 5% times the 30-day length of the plan, or 150%.  This includes your investment.  So, you much subtract 100% from it to get the total NET interest that you receive, or 50%.  Finally, averaging this out over the 30-day length of the investment plan by dividing by 30, you get a DNI of 1.67%.  If you do the same arithmetic for the other two investment plans, you get DNIs of 2.17% and 3.00% for Plans #2 and #3, respectively. 

Here’s a summary of the results of our analysis of the Lion Trading investment plans:

  • Plan                 DNI                  Days to break even
  • #1                    1.67%              20 days
  • #2                    2.17%              18.25 days
  • #3                    3.00%              14.50 days

In Part 2 of our review we’ll discuss what we’ve founds out here and try to come to some conclusions about the good and bad points of the Lion Trading investment plans.  Part 2 will be ready in a day or so.  Please stand by.

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