Being a Popular Investor Isn’t Just a Title!

September is here. It’s time to go over your portfolio and check if you need to make some adjustments to your copy strategy.

Let’s begin with the first part – reviewing your portfolio:

1. Check your stats. See if you’ve achieved positive gain since you started copying. Compare the Popular Investors to find out who has gained you the most, and on the other hand, consider changing the ones who have diminished your capital.
2. Check your risk score and ask yourself if it fits your risk appetite. It not, find a Popular Investor that better suit your risk preference.
3. Go over each user who you are copying and compare the strategies and assets that they are using. If your portfolio is not diversified enough, consider a change to your copy allocation.

Now, after you have finished analysing your smart portfolio, I’m happy to share with you an excellent example of what it means being a Popular Investor.
Meet Claudio Lugini, from Italy – AKA @EquitiesFund, who has joined eToro around Jul 2015 and started investing in stocks.

He has a great asset allocation of stocks with low risk and positive gain since he joined our platform.

Claudio is also running this website, where he introduces his eToro-based-fund to potential investors from around the world – and this is simply amazing! Here we see a potential Popular Investor marketing himself inside our platform and outside, to grow his AUM and build his own financial business.


Have a look at his website and what he wrote on his eToro wall:


He compares his performance VS the worldwide benchmark the MSCI World Index.


And he added this link to his eToro profile:
This is the next generation of money management, and I’m happy to see traders who have embraced it.
All figures, charts and graphs shown are as of 3.9.16. The latest data can be seen on @EquitiesFund user profile. All trading involves risk. Only risk capital you’re prepared to lose. Past performance does not guarantee future results. Trading history presented is less than 5 years and may not suffice as basis for investment decision. This post is not investment advice.