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SolitonEsho
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SolitonEsho is a joint venture between Soliton Trading and Esho Financial Group. The venture is aimed at delivering a comprehensive suite of Forex trading products, tailored to current market realities and global opportunities. The venture will see to optimise returns while maintain adequate risk management principles and realistic return scenarios with capital preservation in mind.
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Systems are developed to target returns of around 20% annually but with strict draw-down and risk management protocols. The aim is to build, run, maintain and grow a model which can be incorporated into trading desks globally with large investors who need to mange liquidity, trade size and appropriate counter parties.
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