Aggressive Diversified Program
Saxon currently offers two trading programs, the Diversified and Aggressive Diversified Programs, which trade the same diversified portfolio of commodity interests using the same trading strategies, but at different levels of capital utilization and risk. The Aggressive Diversified Program commenced trading in November 1993. The programs differ with respect to a component of Saxon's money management strategy. This money management plan incorporates a fixed fractional strategy: the amount risked on any particular trade is a fixed percentage of the account's equity as adjusted for a) gross realized profits and losses to date and b) amounts already at risk. In the Aggressive Diversified Program, the percentage of equity risked on any particular trade is greater than in the Diversified Program, but generally not more than twice as great. Consequently, the Aggressive Diversified Program entails a significantly higher degree of risk than the Diversified Program. Specific Commodity Interests to be traded will be selected from time to time by Saxon. Examples of Commodity Interests currently traded include, but are not limited to, U.S. and foreign interest rates, foreign currencies, precious and industrial metals, grains and soybean products, energy products, coffee, sugar, cotton, and orange juice.