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Trading since 1996, mostly futures and more recently the automation of trading while still returning strong, low risk month gains.

The Acorn strategy has been in use since 2013 and automated since mid-2016 with good long term success.

We are big believers in openness and transparency & you will find our Acorn G10 PAMM account has it's history and other information available to view.

We offer generous fee's to IB's and PAMM partners / acquirers. Feel free to get in contact to discuss.

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Trading Style:
For the majority, automated within the FX market. Risk can be tuned to accommodate your risk profile and volatility.
Experience: More than 5 years
Vouchers: 0
Registered: Aug 09 2016 at 08:29
Blocked Users: 0
Name Gain Drawdown Pips Trading Leverage Type
Acorn 101.00% 34.87% 24520.3 Automated 1:100 Real
Test Acorn M20 Multi-Strat 41.88% 22.40% 11681.3 Automated 1:100 Demo
Acorn G10 PAMM 19.14% 11.19% 5275.2 Automated 1:100 Real
Acorn Fund - J 10.16% 3.79% 1837.1 Automated 1:100 Real
Acorn Fund - K 10.17% 3.45% 1939.2 Automated 1:100 Real
Name Gain Drawdown Pips  
Acorn EURUSD only risk .25 +53.45% 28.09 6461.0 Acorn EURUSD only risk .25 performance
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We are looking for #pamm #mam partners to join our Acorn G10 fund.
Over $13KUSD in deposits in November generous profit sharing available. Get in contact to discuss
Dec 03 at 15:56
+9.40% return for September
Oct 10 at 06:33
Acorn Performance continues to impress

8 Month Winning Steak for Acorn

Acorn ends the month again with a positive return of +3%, April marks the 8th month of consecutive gains.

We continue to beat global benchmarks and make customers consistent money from the financial markets.

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How are your investments performing so far in 2017?

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Apr 30 at 06:45
2017 So Far & April.

A quick update on Acorn and performance to date. In the first quarter of 2017 the system returned +20% (inclusive of trading costs), with a maximum drawdown of 7%, all positive months – At Smith Trading Group we have yet to complete any month, quarter or year as a negative.

At the time of writing April has been a fairly slow month, returning +2.5% with 7 trading days remaining. While some would argue this is frustrating, Acorn trades on good opportunity – not randomly opening / closing trades in the hope or false promise of profit. What does this mean? We sit tight, preserve our capital, keep costs to a minimum and strike to good effect when the right opportunity presents itself. If the system were not to trade for the remainder of April (I have high confidence it will) then we have still cleared another month in profit.

If you have a question, or anything else on your mind then feel free to get in contact!
Apr 20 at 06:18
Acorn fund 'J' books +5% in March, max drawndown from inception 6.6%, +13% YoY.

Our main fund returned slightly less for March, although still 43% YoY.

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Apr 02 at 07:45
Acorn banks 9%+ across all low risk accounts in January.

As we previously published How is 2017 Going So Far? we confidently expected an improvement on our 20th Jan 5% return. We closed the month with over a 9% gain including costs across all low risk accounts.

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How are your investments performing so far in 2017?
Feb 20 at 07:41
Tertiary Industry Index (MoM) (5 min)
NZD/JPY rebound could extend to 79.45 - ...(2 min ago)
EURUSD 1.17708 GBPUSD 1.33459
USDJPY 113.482 USDCAD 1.28495







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