Take at Look … Trading Results for FLD Trading Strategy
Portfolio Growth – November 2012 to July 2013
We launched the FLD Trading Strategy Training Course in October 2012. It has been a great success and very popular with traders who are now profiting from Hurst Cycles using the FLD Trading Strategy. The training course consists of :-
- 6 Training Modules of 72 training videos, all hosted by David Hickson, creator of Sentient Trader and published in the Hurst Cycles Trading Academy
Plus, from November 2012 until July 2013 (when we took our 2013 summer break):-
- Every Monday, David posted a Hurst Trading Room Video that …
- Identified upcoming trading opportunities for the week ahead
- Gave a commentary through to the final Trade Exit for each open trade.
The archive of Trading Room Videos is only available to students on the FLD Trading Strategy Training Course. Studying the archive gives students a valuable insight to using the FLD Trading Strategy in real market conditions during the eight month period.
For the four core instruments in the portfolio (EURUSD, GBPUSD, NASDAQ and S&P500) following are the equity graphs for the eight month period.
From November 2012 to July 2013, the Portfolio of four instruments achieved an Annualized Growth of 34% per annum with a Maximum Drawdown of 3%.
We recommend trading 8 to 12 instruments in an FLD Trading Strategy portfolio. It would be reasonable to expect that a portfolio like that would achieve a performance of about 68% Annualized Growth.
Overall Portfolio Performance
Watch the video below to understand why the S&P 500 didn’t perform as well as the other instruments in the portfolio during this period.
Portfolio Trading Report
Video Review of Portfolio Performance
In this video, David Hickson, creator of Sentient Trader, discusses the performance of the portfolio of four instruments (including why the S&P500 didn’t do so well in this period) and explores opportunities for achieving bigger trading returns.
Click here to download the Closed Trades for the four instruments during the period from November 2012 to July 2013.