The Comhla Connection

Why work to make money when you can guard it like a dragon hoarding gold?

Picture this: instead of hustling for cash, you lounge on a throne of gold coins, sipping a mocktail while your investments do the heavy lifting. Sure, trading your money is thrilling—like a roller coaster ride with your wallet—but have you tried the exhilaration of watching your assets grow while binge-watching sitcoms? It's like a slow-cooked stew; the longer it simmers, the tastier it gets. Plus, who needs the stress of chasing dollars when you can sit back, relax, and let compounding do the cha-cha with your investment account?

Ah, the allure of lounging in a hammock made of dollar bills is undeniable. Yet, reality taps us on the shoulder, reminding us that it's not all sunshine and unicorns. Every investment venture comes with its own roller coaster ride—ups, downs, and loop-de-loops. Trading futures? Buckle up. Remember the disclaimer: "Trading futures involves significant risk of loss and is not suitable for everyone. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results." So, while asset growth is the long game, it's essential to navigate the terrain with caution. After all, no one wants to end up with a throne of pennies and a headache from financial whiplash.

And remember, it is not so much about how much money you make, it's about how much money you keep.

Strategy Results

Check out the latest results for the ComhlaTech Financial  Market Strategies built on our Predictive Analytics models:

Prophetick, Safara Long, Artemis and Safara ES.

Did you know?


Investing is not about how much money you make, it's about how much money you keep...

  • What are Managed Futures?
  • How investments are taxed in Canada
  • The new Canadian Capital Gains tax rules
  • ComhlaTech shareholders can still take advantage of the 100% bonus offer of December 2023


Upcoming Events

Why not come out to see us sometime?  Comhla means "together" in Gaelic, it's what we're built on.  Please join us at our in person meetings and find out about any upcoming webinars.

The next Market Makers Meeting is on May 16th at the Courtyard - Toronto Airport



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Debra Bennett, ComhlaTech Administration Manager

Community Spotlight:

We celebrate the diverse voices and talents within our community. From success stories to user testimonials, this section is dedicated to highlighting the individuals who make our journey worthwhile.

Debra Bennett: A Key Figure at ComhlaTech

Deb Bennett, fondly called Deb Deb by the team, is a vital asset at ComhlaTech, donning the hats of an Administration Manager and a shareholder.

Prior to her tenure at ComhlaTech and as the right hand of the CEO, Deb was trained in the intricate world of medical administration, bringing a unique perspective to her current role. Since joining in 2016, she's been the go-to person for ensuring everything runs smoothly. Her nickname, Deb Deb, comes from her remarkable ability to handle tasks with such efficiency that it's as if there are two of her.

Beyond her professional life, Deb has a passion for adventure. She finds solace in driving ATVs, where the thrill of off-road exploration fuels her adventurous spirit. This love for adrenaline translates into her approach at work, where she fearlessly tackles challenges head-on.

Despite her bustling schedule and myriad responsibilities, Deb remains grounded. She's not one to seek the limelight but instead focuses on getting the job done efficiently and effectively. Her pragmatic approach, combined with her love for adventure, makes her a dynamic force within the ComhlaTech team.

Our Numbers

Assets under CTA Management

In April 2022, Comhla LLC initiated a modest proprietary account for its first Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA) program Safara ES. This endeavor has flourished exponentially. Two years later, and only one year after taking its first client funds, Comhla's CTA proudly crossed a significant milestone, now overseeing assets surpassing $1.75 million CAD across its various programs utilizing ComhlaTech trading strategies.* This remarkable growth underscores our commitment to account management, strategic foresight, and client-centric practices. We are immensely gratified by the trust the clients of Comhla LLC have vested in the ComhlaTech strategies. As we continue on this trajectory, we remain steadfast in our pursuit of excellence, innovation, and delivering optimal returns. FIND OUT MORE

*Totals include client funds received into managed accounts but not included on the March 2024 reports as Comhla does not report first month client funds.  Totals do not include funds at World Cup Advisor® that are being traded using their AutoTrade® services and ComhlaTech strategies.

Times Leverage available*

Index-tracking Micro E-mini Futures aim to take an advantage of smallness.

Since their inception in 2019, Micro E-minis, like leveraged ETFs before them, have enabled traders to take positions on the four major U.S. indexes without needing to commit nearly as much capital as required for regular contracts.

ComhlaTech's trading strategies use Micros in two ways.

First, to help the smaller retail trader, because the classic E-minis had become too expensive for many traders, effectively shutting them out of the liquid futures market. Secondly, to use smaller Micro contracts for compounding, providing more flexibility and precision in how risk is managed.

Speak to one of our Comhla LLC Associated Persons to find out more.

*For example, where the regular E-mini S&P 500 futures contract represents $50 times the price of the S&P 500 Index, the Micro E-mini S&P 500 represents $5 times the price of the S&P 500 Index.

Trading futures involves significant risk of loss and is not suitable for everyone. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.

The risk of loss associated with trading commodity futures contracts (commodities and futures) is substantial. Therefore, you need to carefully consider whether trading in the commodity futures markets is appropriate for you in light of your personal circumstances, risk tolerance, and overall financial situation. Trading in the futures markets is highly leveraged and brings with it large potential risks even though it can bring you potential rewards. You need to fully understand the risks associated with this type of trading and derivative product and you need to ensure you ask questions about these risks. Once a decision has been made to invest after you have asked all your questions and have full knowledge of all the risks, you need to be willing and able to accept the risks in order to invest in the futures or commodities markets. If you lose your entire investment and are asked to put up more money to cover debits in your account and this will impact your personal life in financial terms, you should not be trading with money you cannot afford to lose. This communication is not solicitation or an offer to buy or sell commodity, futures or any other financial interests. You may be told that putting orders in with certain risk measures such as stop-loss or stop-limits orders will protect you. Please note that the use of any stop-loss or stop-limit orders may not limit your losses and you could lose more than your intended amount of money at risk. No representation is being made that any account will or is likely to achieve profits or losses similar to any discussed here. Past Performance of any trading or methodology is not necessarily indicative of future results. Any and all systems, forecasts, methodologies, products, options, materials, services or other communications are for informational, illustrative and educational purposes only and are not to be construed as specific advisory recommendations. We are not responsible for any trades that you may take or any losses that you may incur. Any trades that you may take are taken at your own risk. Like any investment, you should consult your broker or financial adviser before deciding to invest and when placing any trades. Any testimonials are not indicative of future performance, profit or success and may not be representative or indicative of the experiences of others or of your own experience.

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