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Forex Contest Squared Financial June 2015
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iamjide91

Member Since Apr 15, 2015  3 posts iamjide91 Jun 01 2015 at 12:01
fxsolution4u posted:
is the contest started as trade is bisable


I thought I was the only one experiencing this problem...

JacoAF

Member Since Jun 14, 2013  130 posts Jaco Ferreira (JacoAF) Jun 01 2015 at 12:40
iamjide91 posted:
fxsolution4u posted:
is the contest started as trade is bisable


I thought I was the only one experiencing this problem...


Nope everybody has this problem. I think it has to do with the fact that the competition only starts on Thursday 4th June 2015 smiley

Check here for details:
https://www.myfxbook.com/contests/forex-contest-squared-financial-june/29/rules

Keep it simple, be disciplined, get rich slowly and above all protect your equity!
Forexmanager9

Member Since Apr 10, 2015  29 posts Forex Manager9 (Forexmanager9) Jun 01 2015 at 13:44
Technically that's not a problem guysss... trading will be enabled only when contest starts.

ManukSabung

Member Since Jan 09, 2014  110 posts ManukSabung Jun 01 2015 at 14:01
iamjide91 posted:
DylanS posted:
Omg wtf are u doing here if you dont know that 300 contrats = 300 lots .... and not 15 trades a day ....


Not everyone is English.

 
Agree with you iamjide91. no brain to respect .

awrfx

Member Since May 04, 2015  61 posts awrfx Jun 01 2015 at 18:42
fxraptor posted:
1 contract is 1 lot in standard size. So minimum of 300 contracts is 300 lots.


agree with you. Minimum volume over duration of contest 300 contracts.
Each participating demo account starts with a $10,000 balance and a 100:1 leverage.

iamjide91

Member Since Apr 15, 2015  3 posts iamjide91 Jun 01 2015 at 20:03
fxsolution4u posted:
is the contest started as trade is bisable


Just rechecked the contest starts Thursday 4th June 2015. That's great, cus I will be able to trade the non farm payroll this friday.

jackassfx

Member Since May 27, 2015  10 posts jackassfx Jun 01 2015 at 20:08
ManukSabung posted:
iamjide91 posted:
DylanS posted:
Omg wtf are u doing here if you dont know that 300 contrats = 300 lots .... and not 15 trades a day ....


Not everyone is English.

 
LOL :D

goldenwings

Member Since Apr 15, 2015  5 posts goldenwings Jun 02 2015 at 06:55
people are lazy to read, it is so clear that trade will be ready on the date of contest, that's too stupid question if you still asked that question

Monz

Member Since May 06, 2015  2 posts Monz Jun 02 2015 at 06:55
Hey Guys,

300 Contracts means 300 positions must be traded it doesn't matter How many lot you trade :-)

tineg

Member Since Mar 09, 2013  45 posts FX KISS (tineg) Jun 02 2015 at 07:27
DylanS posted:
Omg wtf are u doing here if you dont know that 300 contrats = 300 lots .... and not 15 trades a day ....


Hey ASSHOLE!

This forum is for people who have a question and to find answer. If you dont like it GO HOME or find some other forum where people can make you feel like shit, perhaps then you will get your head out of your ass and you will actually remember you were a beginner once too.

Here we are interested in mature trading-competing. Whether you are beginner or not. Have some respect!. And if you have nothing good to say, keep all the negative to yourself. We are not interested in your deep breathing immature thoughts.

"Failure is simply the opportunity to begin again, this time more intelligently." ~Henry Ford~
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