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June 2018

Grand Capital weekly recap (May 28th–June 1st)

The last week of May proved quite successful for traders. The most profitable trade lasted only 38 minutes, while the maximum deposit growth amounted to the record-breaking $117,081.62. Read our weekly recap to learn more about these and other trading results.

The most active client

Placed 476 trades, including 286 profitable ones and 190 that resulted in a loss. The majority of trades involved USD/CAD, AUD/NZD, EUR/USD, EUR/GBP, GBP/USD, NZD/USD, AUD/USD.

Maximum deposit growth

For one week on a single trading account was $117,081.62.

The most profitable trade of the week

Resulted in a profit of $8,400. The trade lasted only 38 minutes. It was opened on the 28th of May at 10:51 AM and closed at 11:28 AM on the same day.

The most interesting trading instruments chosen by traders last week:

  • ROUGH RICE — rough rice futures contract. Rice is one of the most cost-demanding grain crops. It is produced all over the world and is second by the production volume among the top three grains, standing between wheat and corn. Minimum price step is 0.5 cent and costs $10;

  • LUMBER — lumber futures contract. The initial margin requirement for one contract is about $1,000. The contract size is standardized and equals 110,000 board-feet. One tick is 0.1 and costs $11.00;

  • FDAX — DAX index futures, traded on EUREX electronic exchange. DAX is Germany’s most important stock index. It is a weighted average by capitalization of the share price values of Germany’s largest joint-stock companies. The tick value is 0,5 points and costs €12,50;

  • #VZ (Verizon Communications) — an American telecommunications company. In 2016 it was the largest telecom company in the US by market capitalization and the second largest in the world (after China Mobile);

  • #MECHEL («Мечел») — a Russian mining and metals company. It comprises producers of coal, iron ore in concentrate, steel, and rolled steel products. The company’s facilities operate in 11 regions of Russia, as well as in Lithuania and Ukraine.

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