Elite CurrenSea is proud to announce and present its best method yet: ECS Portfolio. From now on, the ECS Portfolio performance will be added to each monthly performance overview.
This article will review all the other systems as well, including ECS Zeus EA, ECS SWAT, ecs.LIVE, and Options.
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There was another positive month in September 2021. This makes it the 6th positive month of the last 8 months. See the table below for the full overview.
|Total running performance|
|EC Zeus EA (PAMM)||+1.7%||1.4%||+63.7%|
|ZEA Retail Rental
(€2.5k per account)
|ECS SWAT EA||-2.8%||10.1%||+44.68%|
|Total Last 8 Months||+123.9%||–||–|
|Total September 2021||+18.3%||Total May 2021||+2.52%|
|Total August 2021||+16.35%||Total April 2021||-49.69%|
|Total July 2021||-14.74%||Total March 2021||+20.5%|
|Total June 2021||+17.97%||Total Feb 2021||+108.6%|
* Trading was halted large part of the month for maintenance reasons
Elite CurrenSea is now officially sharing our newest, all-round approach called ECS Portfolio. It is replacing the EAs from Mislav Nikolic at Bull Capital, which have been removed from ECS due to strong volatility and weaker performance. Because we are not trading Ultima nor Rush with our own capital, we will not be adding them in the performance overview from September 2021 onward.
ECS Portfolio is a fully managed trading account by Elite CurrenSea (no action needed from the investor):
So far, the ECS Portfolio account is off to a great start with +25% gains. September is the best month so far with +16%. The win rate was a little lower than usual but this is an exception. The reward to risk, however, compensated that more than enough.
|Performance ECS Portfolio||+16.0%|
|Reward-To-Risk||2 : 1|
The Zeus EA had a slower month in September with +1.72% gains. The EUR/USD was a bit more impulsive and less choppy than usual, especially in the last week of September. This created less trades and profits than usual.
That said, it was yet another winning month for ECS Zeus. So far, we had zero losing months. There are two main options if you want to join the Zeus EA.
|Performance PAMM Zeus EA||+1.72%|
The positive month pushed the account to an all-time high again. The lower than usual reward to risk ratio was more than compensated by the high win rate.
The SWAT EA from Chris Svorcik is still in a testing phase but the overall performance has been pretty decent. The EUR/USD performance is just above break-even but the DAX shows a strong gain.
|SWAT EA||EUR/USD 1H||DAX 1H|
|Reward-To-Risk||1.2 : 1||2.14 : 1|
Are the bulls defeated? September opened with a new high on S&P 500… But then the market went into a retracement phase that continues to this day.
There are many reasons that generated this weakness in the market – just to name a few:
Contrary to what we had been used to in recent months, the market rebounded slightly but without much conviction after the sell-off in the middle of month.
On the contrary, after the rebound and failing to gain the lost ground; the descent began again… It almost retested the previous lows during the last day of the month.
Is the wind blowing from the March 2020 crisis turning? We will see in the next few weeks.
As regards our Options educational service, September was perhaps the most difficult month to manage after March 2020. The sudden and large movements of the market have created few opportunities and many counter-trend situations. This has highlighted weak stocks that still failed to restart and very strong stocks that remained overbought despite the weakness of the market.
The occasions evaluated as the best were all Call trades, in total six. Two closed in profit and the remaining in loss even if lower than the technical stop, due to an evident weakness that generated early exit conditions.
|Performance since 04.2021||+11.97%|
|Reward to risk||0|
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