Investor Name: George Thomson
User Name: misterg23
Investment Focus: Stocks
Average Risk Score: 6
Date Joined: March 2014
George Thomson has been trading at eToro under the username misterg23 since March 2014 and has developed an impressive track record on the trading platform. misterg23, who studied finance as part of his degree at the Warwick business school, focuses mainly on stocks. He tries to trade as safely as possible, with a long-term, low risk philosophy.
Misterg23’s approach to trading seems to be paying off as he already has 8,704 followers and 589 copiers.
Misterg23 is already a well known face at eToro. He likes to attend financial conferences and industry events, meeting other social traders face to face, and talking about the eToro platform and the financial markets with CEO Yoni Assia and other eToro executives and juniors.
Let’s hear what misterg23 has to say about trading:
I trade safe- low risk, long term. My trading strategy: have a high portion of my equity invested in stocks (low risk) and a low portion invested in higher risk trades (mostly indices but also some FX and commodities).
Past performance is not an indicator of future results.
Misterg23 has been getting some great feedback from other social traders:
Let’s take a look at some of misterg23’s portfolio stats:
As we can see, misterg23’s risk score is currently 6, however he has been trading with risk levels as low as 3 during previous months (June and July).
He focuses mainly in stocks, particularly automotive stocks such as Volkswagen, BMW and Tesla, as well as some well known silicon valley companies.
As we can see, misterg23 has consistently outperformed the SPX500 index so far in his trading career with eToro.
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