Last week’s most profitable trade brought the trader who placed it $9,749.32. Follow the best traders at Grand Capital and compare your results!
The most active client
Placed 963 trades, including 613 profitable ones and 350 that resulted in a loss. The majority of trades involved USD/JPY and EUR/CAD.
Maximum deposit growth
In one trading week on a single account was $23,773.53.
The most profitable trade of the week
Resulted in a profit of +$9,749.32. The trade was opened on the 6th of March at 1:40 PM and closed on the 13th of March 9:22 PM.
The most interesting trading instruments chosen by traders:
TF — a futures mini-contract for Russell 2000 stock index. One tick is 0.1 and costs $10. Russell 2000 represents the dynamics of two thousand of the small-cap companies, which reside at the bottom of the list of three thousand largest public companies that are included in quotation lists of American stock exchanges;
ORANGE JUICE — orange juice futures contract. The contract size is standard and equals 15,000 pounds (approximately 6.9 tons). One tick is 0.05 and costs $7.5;
PLATINUM — Platinum futures contract. The contract volume is 50 troy ounces (1.56 kg). Minimum price step is $0.10 per ounce and $5 per contract. Platinum is a very important metal in terms of both industrial and personal needs. It’s the main and most popular member of the platinum group of elements, which also comprises palladium, ruthenium, rhodium, osmium and iridium;
#MCD (McDonald’s Corporation) — an American corporation, the world's largest chain of fast food restaurants (until 2010) which uses a franchise system. In 2016 it was included in Fortune Global 500 (420th). Capitalization: $100 billion (2017);
#CVX (Chevron Corporation) — America's second largest energy corporation (after Exxon Mobil), one of the largest corporations in the world. The company operates oil and gas extraction activities around the world. Chevron owns five oil refineries in the US and three in other countries: Thailand, South Africa and Canada.
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