PAST PERMORMANCE IS NOT INDICATIVE OF FUTURE RETURNS.
The Currency Trading Program is a short term, trend following system which trades in the Forex markets exclusively. The Currency Program uses an intra-day time frame and attempts to capture long-term moves within that time frame. Eight currency pairs are traded and the system is 99% mechanical based on technical data and price patterns, with the only discretion being the ability to halt trading in the event of world catastrophic events, or to add or delete markets.
The Currency Trading Program employs its own built in risk management procedures to limit risk to individual trades and provide overall portfolio protection.
Scot Lowry is the President and sole shareholder of Parizek Capital. Scot Lowry has over 15 years proprietary trading experience in the futures industry. In 1998 he wrote the top selling trading book, The Magic Of Moving Averages. Mr. Lowry graduated from the University of Richmond in 1980 with a B.A. in Psychology. He worked for several years in the restaurant business. He was Vice President of Operations and Supervisor of Construction for R.A. Lowry Construction Company from April 1984 to March 2000. In April of 2000 he set up and began trading a non-registered (exempt CFTC Regulation 4.13 a 2) commodity pool which he has continually traded through the present. He was affiliated with Richmond Capital Corporation, a Commodity Trading Advisor, as a system designer and execution manager from June 2001 to May 2002. From June 2002 to December 2002 he continued trading the exempt pool created April 2000. From January 2003 to July 2006, Scot Lowry was affiliated with Hamer Trading, Inc., a Commodity Trading Advisor, as execution manager of the Lowry Program. Scot Lowry became an Associated Person with Hamer Trading on August 29, 2003 and a Principle on October 2, 2003. Lowry was withdrawn from Hamer Trading on July 21, 2006. Scot Lowry became Principal of Parizek Capital on June 12, 2006 and became an Associated Person of Parizek Capital on July 14, 2006.