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TheTj

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A professional, detected trader, work only on the EUR, GBP, JPY, USD, with few other good shots in other currencies. A fixed goal of 20% return per year only and then out. in case of any inquiries please don't hesitate to email me.
 
Trading Style:
Manual
Motto:
"Perseverance."
Experience: 1-3 Years
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Registered: Feb 17 2017 at 19:33
Blocked Users: 0
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Name Gain Drawdown Pips Trading Leverage Type
TheTj 276.92% 35.91% 555.1 Manual 1:200 Demo
start -16.78% 2.21% -1898.6 - 1:100 Demo
test 2 6.83% 0.90% 543.1 - 1:100 Demo
Ts EUR 62.42% 94.74% 1676.7 - 1:500 Demo
Ts 1 USD 125.23% 60.81% 3882.7 - 1:500 Demo
Contest - TheTj 134.89% 15.04% 26144.7 - 1:100 Demo
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TheTj
TheTj
A profissional, detecte trader, work only on the EUR,GBP,JPY,USD, with few other good shots in other currencies. Fixed goal of 20% return per year only and then out. in case of any inquiries please don't hesitated to email me.
Mar 06 2018 at 10:55
National CPI Ex Food, Energy (YoY) (53 min)
Earnings Outlook: IBM earnings: Emerging...(7 min ago)
EURUSD 1.13876 GBPUSD 1.29831
USDJPY 109.216 USDCAD 1.32793

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