Any simulated or hypothetical performances may lead to results that are not always accurate and will have some limitations. While an actual is the representation of actual trading, a simulated performance is not. Because none of the trades in hypothetical performances are actually executed, the results may be an outcome of any over or under compensation for several market factors (if any) such as liquidity crisis in markets. Also, it has to be remembered that all simulated performances are designed based on actual performances that took place in past. So, it is never guaranteed that any reader will actually make profits or lose money as represented in the simulated performances.