Top ZuluTrade Forex Signal Providers for this week (2013-01-07 to 2013-01-12)

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Here are the top ZuluTrade signal providers for this week:

#1ZuluRank duanxian(GBP\USD) Pips
25.3K
Trades
2291
Followers
1794
Amount Following
$2M
#2ZuluRank sczx(GBP/USD)50 Pips
22.8K
Trades
2542
Followers
1181
Amount Following
$859K
#3ZuluRank f8 Pips
33.4K
Trades
4594
Followers
1534
Amount Following
$6M
#4ZuluRank xiaolidao Pips
13.4K
Trades
954
Followers
1106
Amount Following
$2M
#5ZuluRank GBPJPYxiong Pips
6.5K
Trades
620
Followers
484
Amount Following
$249K

6 thoughts on “Top ZuluTrade Forex Signal Providers for this week (2013-01-07 to 2013-01-12)”

  1. SO following anyone from the top 5 list? I found a very decent provider receanlty , you can check him up , “saved fx” , already 8267 pips in Jan ,8th consequetive profitable month.

  2. Nope, I’m not following anyone from the top 5, but I am following one from the top 10..Specifically this one:

    http://forexnirvana.zulutrade.com/trader/116674

    Nice find on the Saved FX 🙂 I like his performance. I’m gonna slap him on a demo account and if I like his trading style I shall let him play with some real cash (I usually watch the charts and see how he opens the trades, when, under what conditions, how he reacts to news, how he closes and how long he hold on to a losing trade, etc).

  3. admin you have a point!! advanced searched right?
    do you have any special criteria that you use? …..or simply by eye what you like as performance?

  4. Hi lizafx. I do have a criteria for selecting signal providers. I would not call these criteria “special”, just common sense I suppose. For example I stay away from providers with very high maximum drawdown, low ROI%, low winning percentage, and a short trading history (ie how many weeks they’ve been actively trading on zulutrade). I also look at their performance chart and if I see wildly varying swings in their monthly performance (for each month) or a large number of losing months then I stay away.

    Hmm, maybe I should write some sort of guide on how to select providers.

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