Copy Tip of the Week – Top Pick of the Week (Oct 4)
The top CopyPip provider of the week is called “Happy Forex”. There are a few reasons why I’ve chosen him to be our contender for this week.
Long-running history of consistent returns (for more than six years)
Occasional floating loss that lasts for a long period, but losses are limited due to small lot size traded
Drawdown of only 34%
Looking at his trading statements, you can see that he’s had trades that go as far as 235.5 pips loss. But if you check his loss in percentage, it’s actually only a 0.49% loss on his equity. This means that he is trading a small lot size which I would recommend.
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