Bottom Line Trading

With Us, You Can...

Learn The Basics

How the markets work and why there is an opportunity for you to have a career managing strategies with edge.

Develop Strategies

Fast forward your development by learning what works from the experienced members of our community.

Grow Your Portfolio

Learn how to stack edges and diversify your strategies to avoid having everything in one idea that becomes obsolete.


Join our elite hard working community. From newbies to fund managers, we have opportunities for you to network and develop valuable relationships.

Execute your plan

Have the accountability and guidance to confidently make your plan and follow it.

Earn Seed Capital

Establish a funded track recorded with a seed capital account -- backed and verified by an established manager.

The Surprisingly Simple Solution to Getting More Consistent Results

Have you ever visited Old Faithful? This natural wonder has a highly predictable schedule of producing what appears to be a chaotic explosion of steaming hot water. Three million tourists flock to visit each year. Why? Well, one reason is that consistency and predictability are so rare.

Easily, the #1 question received in our community is How can I be more consistent? Read this post to learn the surprising answer to this popular question.

Three things you need on the path to becoming a professional manager: 1) Education, 2) Collaboration, and 3) Mentoring.

Education: You must know the basics and you need to be taught from the perspective of why there is an opportunity. Knowing what isn’t enough. You need to learn why there is an opportunity and how to navigate it. This is what you will learn with us.

Collaboration: Going it alone is a good way to spend years trying to discover what someone would be glad to tell you today. Why would someone share valuable information with you like this? Because someone did it for them and they know that you may be able to share something back in the future. This is the mindset of our collaborative community.

Mentoring: When you answer only to yourself, you can quickly justify poor decisions. A mentor who knows the principles of consistency can hold you accountable and coach you through the hard days so that you can stay on track.