This is the Million Dollar Calculator.  You plug in your initial investment amount and choose a portfolio, and it will show you
the after-tax results of how your portfolio would look if the portfolio continued it's average 20-year trend.
Note:  this is NOT a predication of future performance of the portfolio.  It is simply taking the average return from the back test
of the portfolio and modeling out how your account would look if that return were earned each year moving forward.
I put in California state tax rates as the default, but you can adjust them as appropriate for your location.
Portolio: 100 Club (drop down with portfolio options)
Starting Investment: $10,000 <<(possibly warn people if of the minimum starting investment for a given portfolio)
Federal Income Tax Rate: 34%
State Income Tax Rate: 9.10%
Capital Gains Tax Rate: 15%
Cash You Withdraw Each Year: $0
Calculate!
Years From Now Starting Investment Average Return Gross Profit Federal Tax State Tax Capital Gains Tax Cash Withdrawals Net Profit
1  $                        10,000 102%  $                   10,200  $      1,360.0  $        364.00  $                    900.0  $                            -  $                 7,576.00
2  $                        17,576 102%  $                   17,928  $    2,390.34  $        639.77  $              1,581.84 $0  $               13,315.58
3  $                        30,892 102%  $                   31,509  $    4,201.25  $    1,124.45  $              2,780.24 $0  $               23,403.46
4  $                        54,295 102%  $                   55,381  $    7,384.13  $    1,976.34  $              4,886.55 $0  $               41,133.92
5  $                        95,429 102%  $                   97,338  $  12,978.34  $    3,473.61  $              8,588.61 $0  $               72,296.98
6  $                     167,726 102%  $                 171,080  $  22,810.73  $    6,105.22  $            15,095.33 $0  $             127,069.17
7  $                     294,795 102%  $                 300,691  $  40,092.13  $  10,730.54  $            26,531.56 $0  $             223,336.77
8  $                     518,132 102%  $                 528,495 70465.9345 18860.0001  $            46,631.87 $0  $             392,536.71
9  $                     910,669 102%  $                 928,882 123850.926 33148.3362  $            81,960.17 $0  $             689,922.51
10  $                  1,600,591 102%  $             1,632,603 217680.388 58261.5157  $          144,053.20 $0  $         1,212,607.81
11  $                  2,813,199 102%  $             2,869,463 382595.051 102400.44  $          253,187.90 $0  $         2,131,279.49
12  $                  4,944,478 102%  $             5,043,368 672449.061 179979.013  $          445,003.06 $0  $         3,745,936.83
13  $                  8,690,415 102%  $             8,864,224 1181896.47 316331.114  $          782,137.37 $0  $         6,583,858.57
14  $               15,274,274 102%  $           15,579,759 2077301.23 555983.566  $      1,374,684.64 $0  $       11,571,789.82
15  $               26,846,064 102%  $           27,382,985 3651064.65 977196.715  $      2,416,145.72 $0  $       20,338,577.79
16  $               47,184,641 102%  $           48,128,334 6417111.23 1717520.95  $      4,246,617.72 $0  $       35,747,084.32
17  $               82,931,726 102%  $           84,590,360 11278714.7 3018714.82  $      7,463,855.31 $0  $       62,829,075.39
18  $             145,760,801 102%  $        148,676,017 19823468.9 5305693.16  $    13,118,472.10 $0  $    110,428,382.91
19  $             256,189,184 102%  $        261,312,968 34841729 9325286.3  $    23,057,026.56 $0  $    194,088,925.81
20  $             450,278,110 102%  $        459,283,672 61237822.9 16390123.2  $    40,525,029.88 $0  $    341,130,696.00
Important Notes
1) I put in California state tax rates, but you can adjust them as appropriate for your location.
2) Commission and order slippage are already accounted for with these results.  They aren't a big factor anyway since there are only 100 or trades per year and since we do swing trades.
3) Past results do not guarantee future performance!  This is just projecting what your account would look like after tax if the same 21-year  average trend continues.  Over the last 21 years there were market crashes, strong bull markets, and seemingly everything in between.
It's also a really long period.  So it's a great sample and may prove to be a great indicator of future performance.  But it's definitely not guaranteed!
5) This shows the average return per year.  Some years are much higher and some years are much lower.  You will have to withstand drawdowns for sure, guaranteed.
6) If you can hang on to this ride long enough to make it to $10mil+, there will come a point where you will start having a lot more slippage on orders and
your profitability will go down to some extent because you'd be putting such big orders into the market.  These portolios are "swing portfolios", so they can withstand some extra slippage.
But there will come a point where your account size probably maxes out for one given system (which might be around $10 million), so you'd need more strategies to use to make money.  You could either pay for another
one of the portfolios I offer to get a different set of plays, or you could just simply cap out your investment size and finally pull out some cash from your account and
invest it somewhere else.