Discussion in 'Hook Up' started by NTB, Nov 2, 2005.
Is he "no longer with us"?
He probably got banned once again.
He lost all his money and works as a security guard at Wal-Mart on the same shift as Gary Coleman.
Unfortunately he will be back under yet another alias to tell ET what a great trader he is (but somehow can't fund an actual trading account).
He never had any money. Somehow he claims 20,000% returns yet has not been able to grow $1 over the past few years.
Surely you guys remember his "Adios Amigos!" post a month ago? He was planning on cutting way back on his ET posting and rampant daytrading starting at the beginning of November. If you guys haven't seen a pr0n thread pop up in ChitChat in the last day or two, that probably means he's actually gone through with his regime of self-imposed flagellatory isolation.
Now all we need is a plague of locusts and the prophecies will all be complete. Muuahahahahahaha!!! <--- (diabolical laugh)
He would be probably too busy now.
FXstreet FX Fund
The first Forex Fund Trading Contest ended successfully in May 2005.
The Contest, which was run from March 1st until May 31st, had 76 participants that traded successfully for 3 months using the 4 different platforms/brokers that were available.
The winner of this first contest equity wise was:
MR. Rajnikant Chauant (UAE), who finished with an equity totalling $56,997 from an initial balance of $20,000.
FXstreet.com is now in the decision-making process for selecting the 3 new fund managers who will start running from a trading point of view for the FXstreet.com Forex Fund.
Once The Fund is up and running we will provide all details of its performance to date.
incredible, so they are letting people run a fund based on their trading results from a demo account?? This is fxscalper's dream!!
Adobe Asset Management-Financial Futures Discretionary
Annualized Return 3.22
Maximum Drawdown (2.63)
The Advisor's trading program attempts to detect and exploit short-term price changes while maintaining an intensive concentration on risk management. This program is operated and directed solely based on the Advisor's experienced view of the markets. His trading methods can be described as discretionary, event driven, technical with a fundamental backdrop, market neutral, and non-directional. The program trades financial futures including currencies, debts, and stock indices, options and related contracts. Trading is active. Average Margin to equity ranges from 3 to 10 %
BUSINESS BACKGROUND OF THE ADVISOR
Mr. Jaesun Park is the sole officer of ADOBE since its formation. He will have primary responsibilities for directing trading for ADOBE's customer. His trading in the Futures markets began in 1986 and he has engaged in trading futures, options, and related markets for more than ten years.
Mr. Park entered Robbins World Cup Championship of Futures Trading Â© Competition in 1996, 1997, and 1998. The following six trading accounts participated and no other trading account was in the Robbins competition at any time.
1996: with two accounts open in the non-professional division where total 34 accounts competed, Mr. Park's accounts ranked 1st and 2nd places.
1997: with one account open in the non-professional division where 24 accounts competed, his account ranked 2nd place; with two additional accounts open in the professional division where total 48 accounts competed, his accounts ranked 2nd and 3rd places.
1998: with one account open in the professional division where 38 accounts competed, his account ranked 1st place.
These accounts were proprietary and started with $ 10,000. The competition with real trading lasts over a 12-month period.
Is he gone for good? I admit I sort of miss him. Kinda like what they said about Howard Stern in Private Parts. Waiting to hear what he'll say next...
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