FXStreet and Swissquote present the 11th edition of Trader of the Year. You can sign up here. The contest features very interesting prizes and Forex Crunch is happy to be a media partner. Use the hashtag #FXSTraderofTheYear when tweeting about this event.
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Barcelona, October 31st , 2017 — FXStreet presents the 11th edition of the Trader of Year Demo Contest, sponsored by Swissquote.
Participants will trade on a Demo Forex account during one month and the three best performers at the end of the competition period will win prizes related to Forex trading. Registration is already open and it will close on 19th November 2017 at 22.00 GMT.
Contestants must open a demo account with Swissquote via FXStreet’s website. All participants will start with USD 100,000 of virtual funds in their trading accounts and will be measured by their ending equities at the competition’s closing time.
All contestants will be able to track their performance in the contest in real time after a few days of the contest’s starting date, at the FX Street Trader of the Year 2017 website.
The sponsor of the contest is Swissquote, a leading forex broker, offering online foreign currency trading with the highest technology and execution standards and under the most solid international regulations.
This event wouldn’t possible without the participation of our partners Edgewonk and ForexCrunch. The contest is powered by FXBlue.
Swissquote and Edgewonk are providing the winners with fantastic prizes:
- 1st Prize – $5,000 live trading account with Swissquote*
- 2nd Prize – $3,000 live trading account with Swissquote*
- 3rd Prize – $1,000 live trading account with Swissquote*
*Plus, all winners get a lifetime subscription to Edgewonk, the Online trading Journal for Pro Traders, and a Manchester United T-Shirt signed by a player.
NOTE: Restrictions apply to withdraw profits from the live accounts. Check the Contest Rules.
Forex traders can register through this page: http://www.fxstreet.com/info/contest/Get the 5 most predictable currency pairs