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Meet The Experts : Histogramprofit

Wednesday, August 8, 2018 10:11 AM GMT

Yuriy has developed an automated system for EURUSD and his performance is steadily profitable for over 21 weeks. He is using a real account and is fully verified. 
His main Trader account is the "Histogramprofit". He has generated around 1.3k profits in pips and the maximum DD is 312 pips. The overall NME is currently very low at 77$.
He is a swing trader as his avg trade time is around 2 days. Let's meet Yuriy and see what he has to say about his engagement with ZuluTrade.

 Tell us about your trading background and how you got started trading.

I began to study financial markets since 2004 from the time of the university.
In 2008 I passed the first specialized course on work in financial markets. Then there were a number of specialized courses and training.
First I worked with the instruments of the currency exchange, then I mastered and worked with the tools of the commodity exchange and the stock exchange. Studied and
worked with different trading strategies, both in the short and medium and long term. Some trading systems automated.

At the moment I work with different trading systems, mostly automated. Constantly, I try to optimize my trading systems, especially in terms of risk. Since the risk when working on the stock exchange is a very important factor, for this reason, it needs to devote sufficient time. Since real accounts began to work since 2008.

 When did you first discover ZuluTrade? What was it about ZuluTrade that got your interest?

If possible, I suggest ZuluTrade to other traders with whom I communicate.
I learned about ZuluTrade from a broker with whom I worked and found out that this is a service for copying transactions where it is possible to copy transactions of more experienced traders or to give out a signal to other participants. For traders, the ZuluTrade project provides an opportunity for additional income. For people who do not have the necessary experience of trading, you can earn by attaching your account to the accounts of experienced traders and have a significant profit on your account.
If possible, I suggest ZuluTrade to other traders with whom I communicate.

 Give us the basic structure of your strategy

The trading process is automated. Log into the market based on the oscillator, which basically looks for signals on the trend. If the signal is against the trend, the averaging system is triggered or the position is reversed based on the situation on the market. Exit from the market is carried out by trailing stop or exit from the market when there is a reverse signal, the hour period H4.
Trade is quite aggressive with a potential yield of 20-40% per month (allows doubling the deposit for 2-3 months) working drawdown of 30-40%.

 What’s your trade management approach – taking profit and exits, trade size and account- level risk management?

Traffic management is carried out on the basis of an automatic trading robot that operates according to a certain algorithm. The profit is determined based on the situation on the market. Exit from the market is carried out by trailing stop or exit from the market when a reverse signal appears. The size of the transaction is determined by 10% of the deposit amount, for example, at 1000usd, we trade 0.1 lot. Risk management is a very important issue when working on the exchange. We will also attach a lot of attention to optimizing risks. There are several parameters that allow you to manage the risks in this trading system, if the transaction goes into a plus, then the trailing stop is turned on, if the deal goes into minus, then the averaging method or the turn of the position or the banal closing of the transaction if circumstances so require market.

 How can your followers get the best with your strategy?

To get the best results for my strategy, you can connect to my signal https://www.zulutrade.com/trader/370130/trading, where you can see the results of my work. It can help to make a profit on your accounts to those who connect to the signal.

 How do you feel when you have a good and a bad trade? How are you dealing with this?

People are always amenable to emotions, and people's emotions affect the work on the stock exchange. I also emotionally experience my good and bad deals. When you get a good deal, then you can have euphoria, joy and you want to get even more, and you start deviating from your trading system and as a result, you get a very big minus and it's very bad. When you get a bad deal, then you want to quickly work this minus, and it's not right since you bow out of your trading system and you already start to play and hope for luck, and this leads to the fact that you get even more minus than was. Whatever it was you need to clearly adhere to your rules of work prepared in advance and be sure to have your own trading plan according to which you must have your goals and understand what you want from the market. That is if your goal is to earn $ 500 a month, and you earned them in a week, then you can safely leave the market for some time. Therefore, in order not to succumb to this kind of emotion, I prefer an automatic trading system using a previously tested algorithm.

 Finally, if you could give some advice for the aspiring traders out there, what would it be?

For novice traders, I would like to advise to understand that the robot on the exchange is not easy money, and neither start trading for the last money and start with the sum that you are not afraid to lose. This will help you more emotionally relate to your failures and rather understand your mistakes.

More to come... Stay Tuned!

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