HPX Financial, LLC

HPX Financial, LLC offers the Old School Program, which seeks to achieve profits across a broad variety of market conditions (both bull and bear markets, and inflationary and deflationary environments). To achieve the objectives, the Program involves speculating in futures contracts on grains, hogs, and cattle, as well as any other agricultural futures contract (or option thereon) available for trading on any U.S. exchange now or in the future.

The program is entirely discretionary, meaning that HPX Financial does not employ or observe automated, pre-defined, or mechanical rules to select markets, determine position sizing, identify or select trades, and/or employ risk management techniques, if any. The discretionary nature of the program enables HPX Financial to draw on, Harvey Paffenroth’s, the Principal, past trading experience, and intuition about the markets, in all aspects of the Program’s implementation. Given the depth and breadth of Mr. Paffenroth’s trading experience, HPX Financial believes this discretionary methodology provides a significant advantage over a mechanical, rules-based trading approach. However, there is no assurance that the use of such significant discretion will ultimately prove beneficial, because a rules-based approach might prevent a wide array of cognitive biases from detrimentally affecting performance

HPX Financial, LLC is an Illinois Limited Liability Company formed in November 2012. HPX Financial, LLC became registered as a Commodity Trading Advisor (“CTA”) with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (“CFTC”) and a member of the National Futures Association (“NFA”) in December 2012.

Strategy: Speculative

Style: Discretionary

Sectors:Agriculture, Livestock

Minimum Investment: $100,000

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Please be advised that trading futures and options involves substantial risk of loss and is not suitable for all investors. There are no guarantees of profit no matter who is managing your money. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.