Let’s suppose that a XXX Trade Group has $50,000 of its own Funds and another $50,000 attracted through the Service. The Trade Group specializes in BTC/USD.
At 8:25 the Trade Group started transactions on exchange at the total of $100,000
at 8:25 it bought BTC at the rate of $1127 / BTC = 88,7311 BTC
at 9:05 it sold 88,7311 BTC at the rate of $1132/ BTC = $100,433
at 9:20 it bought BTC at the rate of $1070/ BTC = 93,7848 BTC
at 11:40 it sold 93,7848 BTC at the rate of $1098/ BTC = $102,975
at 13:15 it bought BTC at the rate of $931/ BTC = 110,6068 BTC
at 1:05 it sold 110,6068 BTC at the rate of $1017 / BTC = $112,487
at 3:00 it bought BTC at the rate of $952/ BTC = 118,1588 BTC
at 7:00 it sold 118,1588 BTC at the rate of $974/ BTC = $115,086
at 7:25 it bought BTC at the rate of $945/ BTC = 121,7841 BTC
at 7:45 it sold 121,7841 BTC at the rate of $970/ BTC = $118,130
Thus, making ten transactions a day, the Trade Group earned $18.130 net on exchange. There is also an exchange fee, but it is small, so we do not consider it in the calculation.
The Trade Group promised to pay Investors a 3% return on their deposits every day.
Thus, 3% is deducted from the $50,000 profit = $1,500. Minus service fee of 2.5% of the profit (2.5% of $ 1,500 = $ 37.5). Thus, the Trade Group profit is $18.130 - $ 1,537,5 = $ 16.592. That is 16.592% of the total trading amount.
This example considers the most successful circumstances of trading on exchange, but a real model. You can open the history of exchange quotations and see for yourself.
Of course 18% is exceptional success, 5-6% growth is an excellent indicator, while 1-3% per day – average statistics.