FXStreet and Hantec Markets present the 10th 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, September 15th , 2016 — FXStreet presents the 10th edition of the Trader of Year Demo Contest sponsored by Hantec Markets.
Participants will need to trade on a Demo account during one month and the five 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 30th September 2016 at 22.00 GMT.
Contestants must open a demo account with Hantec Markets via FXStreet’s website. All participants will start with USD 10,000 of virtual funds in their trading accounts. At the start of each new week, demo account balances will be reset to USD 10,000 and the account history will be deleted.
All contestants will receive a daily statement at the close of the market in order to keep track of their weekly trades.
The sponsor of the contest is Hantec Markets, a leading forex broker, offering online foreign currency trading with No Dealing Desk Forex (FX) execution.
This event wouldn’t possible without the participation of our partners eFXnews and ForexCrunch. The contest is powered by FXBlue.
Check the fantastic prizes below:
Week 1, Week 2 and Week 3:
1st Prize – $1,500 live trading account with Hantec Markets and 6 months subscription to eFXnews Plus (Premium Service)
2nd Prize – $500 live trading account with Hantec Markets and 3 months subscription to eFXnews (Premium Service)
Final – Week 4:
1st Prize – $4,000 live trading account with Hantec Markets and 6 months subscription to eFXnews Plus (Premium Service)
2nd Prize – $2,000 live trading account with Hantec Markets and 3 months subscription to eFXnews Plus (Premium Service)
*Restrictions apply to withdraw profit from the live accounts. Check the Contest RulesGet the 5 most predictable currency pairs