With a Ruby Cup, your health and comfort come first.
When we say you’ll never want to manage your period with anything else ever again, we mean it.
It’s the ultimate period game-changer. Not just for you, but also for the young women who will receive a donated cup thanks to your purchase.
When you buy a Ruby Cup, you aren’t just investing in a worry-free period for yourself, you’re also sharing the same benefit with someone in need.
A Ruby Cup has 3 times the capacity of a super tampon. That means you can wear it for up to 12 hours, depending on the heaviness of your flow.
You’ll use up to 12,000 disposable period products in your reproductive lifetime. Swapping to a Ruby Cup dramatically reduces the impact your period has on the environment.
Ruby Cups are made from 100% medical-grade, soft silicone and are blissfully free from plastics, latex, toxins and bleaches.
The cost of one Ruby Cup is equal to the cost of 5-6 months of traditional period products. Because your cup lasts up to 10 years, you’ll rake in long-term savings of more than 95%.
All Ruby Cup variants are registered with the Vegan Society
There’s a reason you never felt comfortable during your period
You’ve been using products that don’t have your health or comfort in mind. Our thoughtfully designed menstrual cups were made by women for people with periods.
Ruby Cup comes in two sizes in order to fit every body regardless of age, cervix position, the heaviness of flow or whether you've been intimate or given birth.
Meet the ultimate
Ruby Cup is perfect if:
You’re so over damp pads and annoying tampon strings
You’re frustrated by the monthly waste single-use period products produce
You're tired of the tampon tax and the cost of your period.
You’re suffering from heavy periods and menstrual cramps
Julie Weigaard Kjaer,
CEO & Co-Founder
I didn’t just want to create a better menstrual health solution for myself,
I wanted to make it accessible for women and girls in low-income communities, too.
Ruby Cup was created out of a desire for change.
Julie was introduced to menstrual cups by co-founder Maxie at uni.
“Until then, I never thought that there might be other solutions out there. The menstrual cup was a life-changer for me! It suited my needs much better than tampons or pads ever could."
Convinced that cups are the best period product out there, she decided to do more than just spread the word about menstrual cups. Together with her two co-founders, she designed her own easy-to-use period cup.
Julie didn't want the experience to stop with the person buying a Ruby Cup. She wanted every Ruby Cup to make a real difference, for those who can afford to buy one, and especially those who struggle to pay for period products.
After experimenting with different business models, the three founders decided that the heart of Ruby Cup's business would be a Buy One Give One model.
Since 2011, every single Ruby Cup sold includes another one that is donated to a young woman who struggles to get access to safe period products.
What software packages do I need?
The concept is global and not restricted to any software. The software packages mentioned in the course are only tools that speed up the process of applying the concept. I am sure in the future, better tools will come by, and you can pick up the new tools and apply same concepts again.
StrategyQuant with coupon code
TradeStation or Multichart
Python platform like quantopian
How much capital is needed to start trading?
There is no perfect number to start with. Obviously the more capitalized you are the better it is. Having said that, below are some guidelines of what to trade based on your capital:
For accounts < $5,000 trade currency micro lots
For accounts < $10,000 trade “cheap” futures like Russel emini single strategy or multiple currency mini lots
For accounts < $20,000 trade 2-4 strategies on “cheap” futures markets
For accounts > $20,000 you can custom build futures portfolios to match your capital
If I apply what I learn correctly, how much money can I expect to make?
Trading is not like a job with a salary at the end of the month. still you can make good money assuming you are armed with the right knowledge and discipline:
It will depends on the risk you take and capital you trade. Generally it is easy to double your account when it is small and make decent double digits when you capital is large.
Keep in mind that not everyone is capable of pulling the same numbers even with the same methodology, systems, timeframes, etc. because of the risk tolerance and their psychological build to keep marching during drawdowns and follow their systems.
Don’t think that you need huge returns to make millions. Check the chart below to see what is possible.
Are the concepts you teach applicable to other financial instruments?
- The concepts are not attached to any financial instrument, nor it is attached to any software, but software tools make the process a lot more faster and practical to execute.
While all financial instruments can be traded, some instruments carry more risk than others. CFD’s and Spot Forex are dangerous. While some reputable brokers are ok, but even then you have to be careful, because basically you are trading against your broker, and since they have all the control you will always end up on the short side of the stick.
On the other side, Stocks, Bonds, ETF’s, Futures are all traded on a regulated exchange and all your trading goes against all participants in the market.
Can I trade part time and keep my job?
- Of course you can. In fact it is better to keep your job and start small to control your emotions and get your feet we and once you are successful then you start to grow your account. Once you have enough money to live off for a year and decent account to trade then you might think to quit your job.
The idea is not put so much pressure on your trading account to pay for your expenses, while you are still not consistently profitable and while the account is so small.
If your expenses are $5,000 per month, and your trading account is $50,000, then you will need to make 10% per month, every month and that is just crazy to ask of your algo's. So keep it real and build your account until your yearly expenses is 10%-15% of your trading capital.
All the above assuming you have proved to your self that you are a consistent successful trader.
I am new to trading and know nothing about programming. Will I be able to trade successfully?
- Yes, there is no need to learn to program, you can still trade without it. I think the following analogy will shed more light:
Have you ever built a website with Squarespace or Wix, it is very easy to pick up, but you won’t be able to achieve what a designer who is expert in CSS or HTML. Both of you will have a website, but with different performance.
Every year, more and more software tools are coming to market to make more tasks easier than before, research much more powerful, hard concepts are easier to impliment.