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AlexanderKabakwu

Bio:
Having graduated with a first class in Economics in 2005, I pursued a career in investment banking, with my initial exposure being within trade finance, working in this capacity for three multinational banks. I subsequently, had a change in career path as I became passionate about securities finance i.e. derivatives trading and eventually secured a role with a multinational bank working on the trading desk and being primarily responsible for the equities trade of one of the bank's client i.e. another bank.

However, my greatest development occurred once I decided to pursue this career as an independent trader. I've experienced significant drawbacks and challenges which not only hone your skills but also change your perception of the markets and as a person.

My prior experience though useful does not necessarily imply that I will be a successful trader. Anyone willing to apply proper risk and trade management will be successful in this endeavour over the long term. Education and banking experience though useful is not a guarantee.

I am passionate about trading because I believe it is the last bastion of true capitalism and within it lies inifinite possibilities. My aspiration is to consistently achieve positive returns and over time manage a fund and it is with this conviction I've decided to publish my account and have the trading activity verified. Prospective clients are encouraged to track my performance and should they be interested in engaging in a mutually beneficial business relationship, kindly get in contact using the messaging option available on this site to initiate further discussion and due diligence process.

Wishing you all the very best in your trading and investing endeavours.
Tirdzniecības Stils:
The approach combines several elements of technical analysis, limited use of fundamental analysis applied in a very simplistic manner, market sentiment, seasonality and market cycles as well as trade and risk management which is part automated and part discretionary.

The methodology employs two strategies i.e trend and counter trend, which is active simultaneously and as a result, provides a smoother equity curve. However, with the trend following strategy, the drawdown can be as high as 40%. Whilst with the counter trend strategy, the drawdown can be as high as 35%. When combined, the average drawdown is 37.5%. This however, doesn't factor risk mitigation and position sizing which when optimized lead to a maximum drawdown 9.375%. But it is worth mentioning that drawdowns will not only occur but with this approach, it is very likely that over any length of time the drawdown can be as low as 9.375% up to a high of 40%.

The parameters employed from a risk management perspective is categorized as conservative but the deployment of capital and overall portfolio management is aggressive as the objective is to achieve rapid account growth and superior return on investment.
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"Timing is Everything | Consistency equals Profitability| Get the Right Edge"
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