* There is a risk of loos in futures trading. You may lose more than your initial investment. Past performance does not guarantee future results.

Welcome to Wray A. Kinkle Inc., Commodity Trading Advisor. The Advisor is Registered with the CFTC and a member of NFA.

Account size: The minimum account size for trading in the offered program is $10,000. The Advisor reserves the right to waive the requirements on a case by case basis.

Wray A. Kunkle Inc., Commodity Trading Advisor, is a full service futures firm. The president, Dr. Wray A. Kunkle, earned his PhD from American University in Washington DC, at its School of International Service in 1969.Dr. Kunkle initially became an associated person in1973. While he has traded many markets he specializes in precious metals and foreign currencies.

Following are quotes from leading publications about Dr. Kunkle during the last big gold rush:

NEW YORK MAGAZINE (2/4/1980) – CRAZY AS A GOLD BUG –

The time to buy gold is when the Treasury holds a sale. Dr. Wray A. Kunkle, a Vice President of Wheat First Securities told me. He believies that Arab investors have been leaning on the Treasury to hold more sales so that they can buy into the market again at a reduced price…

Kunkle likes gold. You have to get out of paper, he says. Paper, of course, is the American dollar. Something worthwhile… is a contract to purchase 100 ounces of bullion. Kunkle probably knows more about gold than anyone in Washington. He helped Steve Beckner to write the precious metals chapter of The Hard Money Book.

THE HARD MONEY BOOK(Steve Beckner) – The Capitalist Reporter Press, New York, 1979 –

From Tactics for Successful Futures Trading: I sought out the advice of an acknowledged expert. And so Dr. Kunkle brings a unique perspective to the business of trading currencies and precious metals. He has, I have discovered, a well-traveled, well educated outlook on the markets that very few account executive have. And he seems blessed with a capacity to see the big picture.

US NEWS AND WORLD REPORT (11/27/1978) – Man in the Street Starts to Dabble in Currency –

Sophisticated investors interested in speculating on foreign currencies buy futures contract. Buying on margin – using only a small cash down payment – makes leverage possible, gives the investor more bang for his buck, says Wray A. Kunkle, a future broker.

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Commodity Trading Advisors (CTAs) provide advice and services related to trading and investment strategies utilizing futures contracts and options on futures contracts on a wide variety of physical goods such as agricultural products, forest products, metals and energy, plus derivative contracts on financial instruments such as indices, bond and currencies. Each CTA is characterized by its respective trading strategy and the markets it trades. CTAs are regulated by the United States federal government through registration with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and membership in the National Futures Association (NFA).

The CTA information presented was compiled by Donohue Associates LLC based on information provided by Wray Kunkle, trading manager of Wray A. Kunkle Inc., CTA. The CTA performance information does not contain opinion or analysis of Donohue Associates LLC.

Performance information illustrated on this site is net of all fees and charges. Performance results of individual accounts may vary as a result of account size, the timing of entry of orders and other factors. The performance results are not indicative of the results that may be achieved in the future.

YTD (%) 0.00% SINCE INCEPTION: 10.15%. INCEPTION DATE: JANUARY 1, 2017

There are substantial risks and potential conflicts of interest associated with managed futures programs. The success of investment in such a program is dependent upon the ability of a commodity trading advisor (CTA) to identify profitable investment opportunities and successfully trade. The identification of attractive trading opportunities is difficult, requires skill and involves a significant degree of uncertainty. The high degree of leverage often obtainable in futures trading can work against you as well as for you, and can lead to large losses. Returns generated from a CTAs trading, if any, may not adequately compensate you for the business and financial risks you assume. You can lose all or a substantial amount of your investment. CTAs may not be able to close or offset positions immediately upon request. You may have market exposure even after the CTA has a request for closure of liquidation.

PAST PERFORMANCE IS NOT NECESSARILY INDICATIVEOF FUTURE RESULTS. THERE IS A RISK OF LOSS. YOU CAN LOSE MONEY IN A MANAGED FUTURES PROGRAM.

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