Professor53 posted: Let us know of a mt4 contest, we all enjoy them.
as of now I only participate over at Paxforex (I am not sure if I am allowed to post links, but given I see them on here I will go ahead and mods can delete them if it violates any posting rules (https://paxforex.com)). They offer a $200 No Deposit Bonus and their terms are very reasonable in my opinion. Basically you get 30 days to earn $200 and the bonus is yours after trading five lots.
Let me know of any MT5 contests that you know and like so I can check them out. Thanks
I like participating in trading challenges as those help to relieve stress caused in real-world trading 😀. Just make sure you don't take the bet-the-farm-approach too much to heart once the contests end... 😁
James_Bond posted: I like participating in trading challenges as those help to relieve stress caused in real-world trading 😀. Just make sure you don't take the bet-the-farm-approach too much to heart once the contests end... 😁
Hi, HotForex have a number of contests running at the moment, they have a trader award every month with a cash prize of $1000, they are also doing a Hit the Bullseye competition, where you have to predict the price of a selected list of financial intruments and where the price will be by December 1st 2012. I particularly find the prize attractive as you can win a fully loaded trading account of $10,000.
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