The last week’s most profitable trade resulted in a profit of $25 825,56. Read the most outstanding results of the past week in our recap.
The most active client
Placed 1183 trades, including 622 profitable ones and 561 that resulted in a loss. The majority of trades involved AUD/CAD, CHF/JPY, and EUR/CHF pairs.
Maximum deposit growth
In one trading week on a single account was $36 084,89.
The most profitable trade of the week
Resulted in a profit of $25 825,56. The trade was opened on the 28th of April at 3:47 PM and closed on the 9th of May at 10:42 PM.
The most interesting trading instruments chosen by traders last week:
#SB — Sugar futures, traded on ICE (New York). The contract value is standardized and equals 112 000 lbs. (50,8 tons). 1tick equals 0,01 and costs $11,20.
#NG — Natural gas futures. Mainly traded at NYMEX in New York. Contract volume is 10 000 million BTU (British thermal units). BTE is a traditional unit of heat, part of the British Imperial system of units. 1 pip equals one-thousandth and costs $10;
#6B — GBPUSD futures. The contract size is 62 500 pounds. Minimum price change (1 pip and 1 tick) is $0,0001 for 1 pound or $6,25 per 1 contract;
#GE – General Electric is an American multi-industry corporation, a manufacturer of many types of equipment, including locomotives, power plants, gas turbines, aircraft engines, medical equipment, etc. As of 2015, the company holds the 9th place in Forbes Global 2000 list of the largest public companies.
#Ford — an American manufacturer of vehicles, automotive parts, and accessories. It’s the world’s fourth largest automaker by volume of production during the whole history of a company. Now Ford is the third largest automaker in the US (after GM and Toyota) and the second in Europe (after Volkswagen). The company occupies the 9th place in Fortune 500 (a list of the largest US public companies) as of 2015.