2019 is Over. Meet the Popular Investors who finished their 3rd-6th year in profit.

In 2019, mainstream markets went on a bull run, with Wall Street indices hitting never-before-seen heights; at the same time, the crypto market went on a rollercoaster ride,  shuttling back and forth between bullish and bearish trends.

All the while, the ongoing trade war between China and the US was being waged in the background, often causing sudden volatility in the markets. Whenever investors became optimistic about a trade deal, markets would rise; when the negotiations hit a snag, markets would fall. At the same time, the drawn-out Brexit process impacted European markets, adding even more instability to the global economy.

Riding the wave

And yet, on eToro, top traders continued to turn steady profits. These traders and investors have much experience and know-how, and were able to remain in profit, even when markets were on a downtrend. With eToro’s CopyTrader™ feature, some traders who allocated part of their funds to copy these steady gainers, were able to ride their success and turn a profit themselves.

Below you will find some of our Popular Investors, who finished between 3 – 6 years in a row in profit.

OlivierDanvel OmarETSA | RubymzaBig-profitsMarianoPardoLiborvasa

By copying one of these Popular Investors, you could share their success and mimic their trading actions. There are numerous Popular Investors on eToro and you can copy them and replicate their actions in real-time today.

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Past performance is not an indication of future results. Trading history presented is less than five complete years and may not suffice as a basis for investment decisions. This is not investment advice.

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