Meet Sebastien Emmanuel Alexandre Perchet, AKA @amstone

When you look for someone to invest in the capital markets for you, you need to know who to trust. You must go over his history, understand his trading strategy and decide whether or not he is the right person to invest your capital for you.

So without further ado, we would like to introduce you to Sebastien Emmanuel Alexandre Perchet, AKA @amstone.

You probably saw him in the Editor’s Choice, and if you haven’t seen him before, now is a good time. As you might have guessed he is from France, and trades the French CAC and the German DAX, with a very impressive success rate.


He started trading at eToro at the beginning of 2016 and since has closed 10 straight months in profit, on course for a gain of around 10% in 2016. In addition, Sebastian had managed to get to 1,000 copiers in just one year!


According to his bio he has 5 years trading experience. Trading essentially on CAC & DAX Rigorous on Money Management. Trying to be regular on long term”

Take into consideration that Sebastian is a short term trader with an average of only 7 hours holding time per trade, opening more than 17 trades per week. A few months ago he was interviewed on TVFinance in France and talked about his trading at eToro. (you can find it here)

He plans to continue growing his AUM and profits going into 2017. You can listen to him in person this week both in French and English.

Check out @amstone’s latest stats by clicking the button below.

>>Go to @amstone Profile<<

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