Nature teaches us that everything is frequency

Go with the natural flow!
The Basics

This chapter might be overwhelming at first. Please keep in mind that this is non-essential information. We provide an overview of the distribution algorithm because we know a lot of customers are going to be intrigued.

We're passionate about explaining this beautiful, natural phenomenon to as many people as possible! Forgive us if we might give you some information overload. It’s with the best intentions.

Fibonacci or the Golden Ratio

Nature is governed by specific patterns. About 20 years ago, almost no one was talking about this. Today, just enter the keyword ‘Fibonacci’, ‘the golden ratio’ or ‘the golden mean’ in any search engine and you will get milions of results explaining the phenomenon from 'beginners' to 'experts' level.

Let’s share the basics.

Basically, Fibonacci states that “the past added to the present equals the future”, so 0+1=1, 1+1=2, and this continues to infinity.

In its basic from, the Fibonacci sequence is the simplest algorithm known to man. When venturing deeper into the subject, it suddenly becomes an answer to life, everything and the universe.

Fibonacci is the basis for calculating the only irrational number in existence called Phi (1.61803398875..). Dig a little deeper, and you will discover that Phi is the basic frequency for all life on earth and matter in the universe.

So, it goes without saying, if you come up with growth patterns that don’t emulate nature, you are ‘going against the grain’.

CBM’s cashback matrix is perfectly modelled on the Fibonacci sequence.

It took us 4 years to create a software program efficient enough to cope with masive data. We don’t know any other company in the world that was capable of making it.

Cashback distribution

The capped cashback amount for each cashback node is allocated to the node for distribution each month.

The full amount is distributed across 12 partitions.

Don’t mistake these node partitions as being customers! Remember, each €50 capital in trading equals 1 cashback node!

The basics are pretty simple.

If the trading volume is adequate of course, €0,25 is allocated to a node.

Let’s say it is positioned in relation to you as a customer on a node that yields 2% for you, your cashback commissions wil be €0,005.

Let’s say it is positioned in relation to you as a customer on a node that yields 10% for you, your cashback commissions wil be €0,025.

So, when all 376 nodes for your FIRST cashback node are filled with capital, all percentages combined will make €10 cashback for that node. It will do so each month, for as long as trading capital yields enough volume.

As we said, these are the basics. There’s a lot more to say about the dynamics of the matrix, which will be covered in the following pages.

Not a promise but a bonus

The most important aspect to understand about CBM is that the cashback generated is not the crux, but an added bonus.

This is commission normally reserved for the Introducing Broker. That’s the business model used by thousands of companies worldwide. They’re on the side of the 'house'. Just like a casino, the house always wins. Whether your personal trading account makes a profit or a loss, it’s all the same for the broker. They and the Liquidity Providers get their commission anyway.

By providing the CBM cashback to the client, what we essentialy do is to take the client away from the position where he only takes the risks and adding them to the side of 'the house'. The side that always wins. Now don’t go expecting miracles in amounts here. As with any product, volume in earnings comes with the numbers!

Why Cashback?

A clear vision dictates the use of cashback

  • Do we want to make more money by incentivizing customers?

    No, if that was our goal, we would just direct our attention to whales (big investors upwards of €1.000.000 in deposits). To put it very bluntly, that would make our organizational structure a lot easier. Big clients are savvy investors, with experience in investing, and well aware of the risks involved. Smaller investors might have some experience but not on the same level. To put it into perspective. For a high net worth individual, €1 million can be a small amount, while for a retail investor €1000 might represent a lot of money. And we need 1000 customers depositing €1000 to reach the same trading amount as 1 customer depositing €1.000.000.

    Of course, high net worth individuals are very welcome, and receive the same benefits! But you get the point...

  • Do we want to make everyone rich?

    There is no such thing as getting rich easy and quick. Certainly not if you’re starting out with a very small amount. We’re not miracle workers! If you think we are, please don’t register for an account because you’ll be disillusioned!

  • IMAGINE

    In our western culture the definition of rich is to be wealthy. We have a different vision. Rich for us means to be free, to be able to do things you want to do, not the things you need to do. But our society has become intrenched in the rat race of survival. Fighting to be able to pay your bills at the end of the month, and maybe to be able to afford some luxury items or a vacation once a year.

    Put that paradigm on its head and focus on what could make your life easier. Would it help if you were to receive a couple of hundred euros per month, each month? Would that change your perspective on how you live your life?

    Now think globally. What would an extra 10, 20, 50, 100 euros per month mean in the lives of people less fortunate than you?

  • So why then?

    Being able to tap into the market that trades the world's currencies. And distribute a tiny piece of that market to millions and millions of individuals every month. On complete autopilot, with no ceiling on potential.

    Would that change the world? Would that change humanity?

    In our view, it has the potential to change the core of our existence, because humanity would be able to focus of what's important rather than what's necessary to survive.

Trading Forex and CFD's is high risk. Losses can exceed deposits.