A little bit about us and the Safara ES system
Comhla, LLC (the “Advisor") is a Limited Liability Company (“LLC”) organized in the State of Delaware on November 2, 2021. The Advisor’s Members are John P. Bannan (50% owner of Membership Interests) and Anne Marie Heinrichs (50% owner of Membership Interests). The Advisor became registered as a commodity trading advisor (“CTA”) with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (“CFTC”) and a Member of National Futures Association (“NFA”) on April 27, 2022. Between the date of becoming a Delaware LLC on November 2, 2021 and become a registered CTA and NFA Member on April 27, 2022, the Advisor concentrated on developing policies and procedures and creating a performance record using proprietary assets.
The Advisor is currently offering one trading program: Safara ES System. Although there is no guarantee that the Advisor’s trading programs will result in positive performance results, the Advisor’s primary business is to provide capital appreciation to retail and institutional Client accounts by managing their accounts pursuant to the Advisor’s proprietary commodity futures trading program(s).
The Advisor does trade for its own account and will continue to do so in the future. Proprietary trading
records, along with any written policies related to such trading, would be made available for inspection
following the same rules and procedures allowed for inspection of client performance records.
Trading futures and forex 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.