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Which Traders are Shining? 26/11

Trading Floor | Friday, November 26, 2021 3:49 PM GMT

Welcome back to this week’s list of Top 5 Shining Traders! ?? 

Are you ready to join their ride?

Check them out in the list below! 

 

Trader 1 - FXConsolidation

First up, we have FXConsolidation, who has been trading with ZuluTrade since February 2021.

When it comes to strategy  FXConsolidation likes to employ scalping but will sometimes hold positions long term depending on the situation. According to FXConsolidation’s recent history, he prefers to trade with a mixture of low volatility currency pairs such as EUR/USD, AUD/USD, NZD/USD and USD/CAD.

FXConsolidation has generated in the last 6 months 112.3% ROI in 2,424 trades while maintaining a 70% win rate.

His 6 month Maximum Drawdown is 30%.

 

 

Trader 2 - YoursTruly

Second on our list, we have YoursTruly who has been trading on ZuluTrade since April, 2020. YoursTruly seems to have a strict trading strategy, making use of indicators and avoiding trading on certain days.

Preferring to trade during London/US sessions, YoursTruly seems to have a very keen eye as he trades with a whole host of pairs, (a list so long that we might run out of space) but as of yet the AUD/USD and EUR/USD pairs seem to be his bread and butter for the moment.


YoursTruly has generated in the last 6 months 14.02% ROI in 505 trades while having a 90% win rate.

His 6 month Maximum Drawdown is 11%.

 

 

Trader 3 - SKY MAXER

At number three we have SKY MAXER, trading mainly with GBP/USD pair. SKY MAXER has been trading with ZuluTrade since March, 2021.

SKY MAXER employs a “hands to the sky” type strategy that uses probability factors in the markets that he has analyzed for the last 10 years. 

SKY MAXER has generated in the last 6 months 22.6% ROI in 159 trades while having a 83% win rate.

His 6 month Maximum Drawdown is 4.6%.

 

 

Trader 4 - toro1428

Coming in at number 4 we have toro1428, trading with a mixed bag of pairs such as USD/JPY, AUD/CAD, AUD/NZD, GBP/USD, and EUR/USD. Toro1428 has been trading with ZuluTrade since June, 2015. 

Interestingly, toro1428 employs a strategy that is based on technical analysis, he analyzes graphs for 4 hours daily to make headway for entry on new positions.

Toro1428 has generated in the last 6 months 3.5% ROI in 61 trades while maintaining a 87% win rate.

His 6 month Maximum Drawdown is 0.7%.

 

 

Trader 5 - PrimeForexTrading

Last but not least, we have PrimeForexTrading, trading with a big mixed bag of pairs such as EUR/GBP, USD/CAD and AUD/USD just to name a few. Having been trading with ZuluTrade since March, 2020. 

PrimeForexTrading employs a strategy of his own making, based upon many indicators and signals gained from vast years of experience of trading the forex market and putting all these learnings into this strategy.

PrimeForexTrading has generated in the last 6 months 45.1% ROI in 315 trades while having a 89% win rate.

His 6 month Maximum Drawdown is 15.8%.



We hope you enjoyed this issue of ZuluTraders Watchlist. Keep your eyes open and as always Happy Trading! 



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