Name: Mario Urlić
Nickname: ‘The Sniper’
Residence: Dubrovnik, CROATIA
Previous position: Branch Manager/Stock Broker Hita Securities 2007 》2016
Trading experience: Equities 15 years, forex 7 years
Trading style FX: Technical, intra-day, day-long and intra-week
MY EXPERIENCE IN THE STOCK EXCHANGE
In the stock exchange I began trading in 2003 with personal capital of $25,000. In the next couple of years until October 2007, I increased my starting capital into $500,000 by trading. I made a personal turnover of more then $20 million. The best portfolio performance I achieved by trading shares was gain of 380% in 12 months. As I have worked for more then 9 years, 2007 》2016, as a Branch manager for the private joint stock company ‘HITA SECURITIES’, a regulated broker that provides services in the Stock Exchanges, I have an extensive experience in the stock markets, in which I’ve turned over $180 million in trading for clients.
MY EXPERIENCE IN THE FOREIGN EXCHANGE
I began seriously studying the market in 2008 but as the Croatian National Bank (HNB) didn’t allow trading on Forex before 2010, that was the year of my beginning. I started trading on real account with capital of $15,000. In the next 4 years I’ve lost/invested aprox $350,000 of my personal saving. During 2015/2016 I’ve become highly profitable and started to build a personal strategy named ‘FXtreme’. Most knowledge I gained was trading continuously in the market, day after day with various currency pairs, gold spot, crude oil and stock market indices. From the early beginning I fell into the dynamics of the market and knew I was going to do it professionally. When I decided to do that in 2016, I focused myself mostly on psichological trainings, learning a lot about the mathematics and probability theory in forex.
After 15 years in trading, from which 7 in forex, in 2016 I’ve decided to start the procedure of establishment my private hedge fund and start with preparations. Click on the picture below for more details ↓↓
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