There aren't any secrets really in this business. Nobody has a holy grail. A professional could tell everybody on myFxbook his 'secrets' and exactly how he trades and only a handful would be able to mimic his results. There's far too much discipline and other factors involved. Regardless of the overall strategy (as long as it's not something stupid dangerous strategies like Martingale, Grid or pyramiding), you ought to know what kind of risk you're going to be exposed to as an investor. How much is risked per trade, if there are stop-losses or take-profits involved, how many times a day they trade - just to see if it's the right thing you're looking for. Only you can decide that. I think the ads they do around here are mostly terrible. Remember that almost everyone and their cousin Joe can be a 'manager' nowadays.
I tear up the streets on a DRZ-400SM. It's fun. I got a 1973 kawasaki S2A350 two-stroke triple sitting in the barn that doesn't run - waiting to get restored one of these days. A CB1300, that is a beast, nice.