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  1. Viet-Reply
    March 11, 2017 at 6:36 am

    Here’s your answer to the blood type question Charlie.It’s a Japanese tradition. https://blog.gaijinpot.com/blood-type/

    • Charlie Burton-Reply
      March 11, 2017 at 7:15 am

      Great thanks!

  2. Paul Oak-Reply
    March 22, 2017 at 9:00 am

    Good morning Charlie,

    thanks thank you for the videos, they really help. I have two questions because I’m interested in your MBT Swing Trading Methodology.
    1. It’s a methodology, not a strategy/system, so, do you think that it’ll work forever? I mean, has it worked 10 years ago? Or will it be working for instance the next 20 years?

    2. I’ve seen your amazing returns, but I have a question. How is it possible to achieve those returns if people like Warren Buffet, Soros or Peter Lynch can only achieve something around 20-30% a year? Is it because is not the same trading with millions than with billions? haha In such a case, where do you think is the “capital limit” so to speak with your methodology? I mean, can you achieve those returns with 1 million? and with 50 million? or 100 million?

    Thank you for everything and sorry for the long message.

    Kind Regards


    • Charlie Burton-Reply
      March 22, 2017 at 12:33 pm

      Hi Paul and thanks for getting in touch.

      Yes the MBT is a method so not blinkered like a single strategy as it uses layers of analysis which does mean it is for life, not a given period of testing.

      With regards to my performance, yes when doing things like the challenges, its easier to hop in and out of the markets as opposed to a fund with billions which simply cant do that. So that’s why fund managers can’t do that type of performance. Once you get to 7 figures in an account, you naturally find you won’t want or even need to be doing 300% a year so it becomes self fulfilling. On my main accounts, I only aim for around 20-30% as that is still a great return that I’m happy with.

      Hope that helps


  3. Paul Oak-Reply
    March 22, 2017 at 12:52 pm

    Hi Charlie,

    yes I guess that makes sense. It’s just that when you reach 7 figures, you can just have one account to capital growth and low risk so to speak and another one for trading just to make a living. Is it something like that?

    Anyway, 20-30% are impresive returns anyway! So after all is again all a “game” of risk, so you don’t risk the same with 100k than with a million, and of course makes sense…

    Thanks a lot for your answers Charlie, they really help!

    Kind Regards


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