Hi everyone. I promised in several posts that I will make public my current ZuluTrade signal provider portfolio and here I am delivering on that promise. So without further ado, here they are in no particular order:
This portfolio is of course subject to change. I do not make any promises or guarantees of profit if you follow my current portfolio. I typically review the performance of the signal providers on a regular basis and make adjustments as needed. I’m also constantly demo testing other signal providers. If they pass the test I add them to my live account.
I was thinking maybe I can offer some sort of zulutrade portfolio management services. Essentially people would follow my trading portfolio and remove or add signal providers based upon my recommendation. The only thing I’d ask in return is that they’d open a live account with zulutrade using my link. I’m not 100% sure I want to do this yet, but we shall see. For now I’m happy just making pips with my current portfolio.
Anyways, that does it for this post. I wish you all happy trading and many pips!
5 thoughts on “My Current ZuluTrade Signal Providers Portfolio”
It could be a great idea!
But perhaps it could be also a good idea to let us take a look to your ZuluTrade history ? 🙂
If I decide to do that I would definitely release that info. It only makes sense and if I were one to signup for such a thing I’d want the same.
I’ll keep everyone up to date here on the blog. But now it’s time to keep a close eye on my accounts as the greek debt vote is supposed to occur today. Watch out as a big dose of Volatility is coming your way. lol.
intersting sellection you’ve got there.
mitja1996, how come? his last trade performance is not that great.
Well, my decision to add him was based on his past trades. I thought I’d give him a chance. I’m a bit disappointed in his most recent trades though and I’m thinking of removing him from my portfolio. If I do that I’d essentially end up with a loss or I could let him trade until the end of the month and see if he recovers the loses.
Good , thanks for the share Alan. I’m copying good good systems and Qurenix too. Keep us updated with your performance.
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