All of The Arora Report services have produced unrivaled performance in both bull and bear markets.


Thousands of investors across the globe have witnessed and thoroughly scrutinized the performance of The Arora Report in real time since 2007.

Number of winning trades: 380

Number of losing trades: 27

Number of breakeven trades: 2

Average percentage annualized return per trade: 1229.02%

To see trade by trade performance witnessed and scrutinized by thousands of investors in real time, please click here and scroll down. Annualized % return per position should not be extrapolated to portfolio performance. Portfolio performance has many other factors that come into the picture. Note that longer term positions produce lower annualized returns.


Asset allocation model low risk return

To see year by year performance scrutinized by a large number of investors across the globe, please click here.

In 2008 great recession, the worst since the great depression of 1930’s, most investors lost half the value of their portfolios.  Subscribers to The Arora Report made money by the boat load.  Long only investors used inverse ETFs and put options.  Those who could short made huge profits from short selling.


For specific performance of individual services, please click on the links in the side bar images or links from the top menu under ‘Performance.’


In 1982, Nigam Arora started testing his stock market model with real money.  It was the start of a step climb punctuated with large gains and large losses.


I have been passionate about markets since my childhood.
By 1982, I had amassed a small fortune from the successes of my business ventures. For 25 years from 1982 to 2007, it was a labor of love and extremely expensive experimentation with models and algorithms over $100,000,000. of real life investments.
Finally my superb mathematical skills combined with extensive business experience and my innovations in change management produced the perfection in the form of ZYX Change Method and ZYX Allocation Model. Since then, unrivaled performance has been the reward.
Nigam Arora

The Arora Report recognizes that each investor is different.  A big key to success for an investor is the ability to customize to his or her style, risk preferences, personality, abilities, resources, and objectives. 

At The Arora Report, we have worked hard to provide numerous options for each investor to customize our services in a way that suits him or her personally.  It is simply impractical to publish performance of a large number of resultant combinations.

To help potential subscribers, we provide three qualitative ways to judge performance for themselves.

  • The Good Way
  • The Better Way
  • The Best Way

To understand the three ways, consider the wisdom of what Einstein said.

Everything should be made as simple as possible but not simpler.
Albert Einstein

The abilities we provide for investors to custom tailor our services to fit them exactly is invaluable to the subscribers but it adds complexity to reporting performance.  As much as simplicity is desired, there is a point beyond which simplicity gets in the way of making money.  Here is an analogy to better understand what Einstein said.

Removing the head of a hammer would make the hammer simpler, it would still be able to pound a nail but not effectively.

Over 30+ years, we have fine tuned our method, the process, and how subscribers use our service.  Based on your own personal preferences to handle the complexity that is inherent, you can utilize the performance data to make your own sound judgment. 

The Good Way is qualitative performance for one scenario. You may customize the services to use them per your own preferences and your scenario may be very different. The Better Way is to look at representative trades.  The Best Way is to look at the archives and independently determine the performance yourself based on the way you would have used The Arora Report offerings. You are provided archives for five years when you subscribe. We ask that you independently determine the performance from the archives immediately after you subscribe; if the performance does not meet your requirements or expectations, please immediately cancel and not use the services.


The government requires certain disclaimers of all newsletters.  It is customary to put them in fine print.  We are going against the custom and putting this disclaimer in large print.

Investing and trading is inherently filled with potential of significant gains as well as significant losses. Gains and losses are like two sides of a coin.  No one can consistently call the future correctly with certainty over a long period of time.  For this reason, The Arora Report, Ltd. relies on probabilities and teaches investors to base their decisions on probabilities and not on certainties.  Your results may be different depending on your knowledge, skill, experience and discipline in trading and investing, the amount of effort you put in and market conditions.  Even the best newsletters can have prolonged period of losses, The Arora Report, Ltd. is no different.  All numbers and all indications of performance on this site, related sites, blogs, feeds, emails, texts, social media or any other form of communication are to be considered qualitative and not quantitative in nature  as well as possibly, in some cases,  dependent on estimated hypothetical scenarios. Trading costs such as commissions and dividends may or may not have been taken into account. Past performance is not an indicator of future performance.  Subject to  Terms of Use.

Here is the government mandated disclaimer for all newsletters. Futures and options trading has large potential rewards, but also large potential risk. You must be aware of the risks and be willing to accept them in order to invest in the futures and options markets. Don’t trade with money you can’t afford to lose. This website is neither a solicitation nor an offer to Buy/Sell futures or options or any securities. No representation is being made that any account  has or will or is likely to achieve profits or losses similar to those discussed on this website. The past performance of any trading system or methodology is not necessarily indicative of future results. Results might or might not be  based on simulated or hypothetical trades that have certain inherent limitations.  Also, because  trades might or might not have actually been executed, these results may have under-or over-compensated for the impact, if any, of certain market factors, such as lack of liquidity and commissions. Simulated trades mimicking  actual trades  generally do not suffer from this limitation but hypothetical trading programs in general are also subject to the fact that they are designed with the benefit of hindsight. 


Any and all  investment or trading information , calls or guidance contained or referred to in this websites, related websites, blogs, real time feeds, emails, texts and social media may not be suitable for all traders or investors. You should not rely on any of the information as a substitute for the exercise of your own skill and judgment, your independent confirmation and consultation with your personal investment advisor or broker. The Arora Report is a publisher of information and not a RIA, CTA, CFP, stock broker, accountant or attorney.

When you purchase, subscribe, attend or join, you get  archives  for a certain period. By purchasing, subscribing, joining, attending or a similar action on your part, you agree to immediately after subscribing or other similar action to independently, carefully and thoroughly evaluate performance and all other factors important to you exclusively from the archives and completely not based on the content of this site  to make sure in your sole judgment that the service(s) is(are) right for you in every aspect including but not limited to performance and risks,  before continuing with the subscription(s), purchases, joining, attending or other similar actions on your part.

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