djgrind's profile

I started trading on the Stock market in 2007. Then, I discovered the Forex market, which in my opinion is much more flexible in terms of capital usage and trading precision.

"Trading" is about getting up every day and trying to figure out how to beat the market. That's an ongoing fascination that, in its purest form, never changes.
Trading Style:
Unique and custom designed semi-automated strategies.
"Trading is Discipline, Control & Money Management"
Experience: More than 5 years
Vouchers: 1
Registered: Jan 23 2011 at 21:25
Blocked Users: 0
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Name Gain Drawdown Pips Trading Leverage Type
GrindFx - OLD_MAM 202.66% 20.19% 9718.7 Mixed 1:200 Real
GrindFx - Blast 242.19% 12.69% 3811.4 Mixed 1:400 Real
GrindFx_Premium 1287.72% 34.25% 3834.0 Mixed 1:500 Real
GrindFx - Survivor 852.54% 6.78% 2527.0 Mixed 1:400 Real
GrindFx - Go 612.72% 25.16% 2535.6 Mixed 1:300 Real
Bitcoins 12.46% 3.25% 1587.1 - 1:3 Real
djgrind's Published charts
May 11 2014 at 22:32 EURUSD,W1
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djgrind's Feed
IFO - Expectations (1h 2min)
AUD/USD drops to fresh session lows, aro...(8 min ago)
EURUSD 1.17328 GBPUSD 1.30794
USDJPY 112.519 USDCAD 1.294







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