Looks interesting mavericks... I will be taking a closer look at this.
From what I know about investors is the following (if you get private investors):
1. Drawdown less than 15%
2. The will not invest more than your own capital, and are more than likely going to hedge their funds in the form of assets / stock / equity.
3. Minimum investments from private individuals is usually US$10 000, international investors US$100 000 and hedge funds US$1mil
4. Performance record of at least 3 years.
That is why most of us (myself included) find that the only flaw in our strategy is capital, we don't have capital to match investors and before we can build up a 3 year profitable record our accounts are wiped out because we lack enough capital for large movements... it's a continuous circle of funding our accounts in the hope of breaking the capital barrier to prove our strategy.
The other problem I find with your strategy RSTrading, is that your returns are less than for example a money market account at a bank or unit trust... so that is something you will need to look at, reduce risk and increase returns... a very fine balancing act I know.
For every loss there should be at least an equal and opposite profit.