Oblivian posted: Check at me for next week. You seen nothing yet MYDAD. I got to tweak my settings and now I'm back on the road. Good luck to all of you guys... (let's keep minded on the game) ;-)
If you're in Canada as your profile says, man, don't waste another minute on this contest.
Jason from FXCM stated in the Contest Questions thread that Canada residents weren't eligible.
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Staff posted: Hi Everyone,
We had several questions about the upcoming contest, so if you have any, please post it here and Jason Rogers from FXCM will be sure to answer.
Jason, here are already asked questions: - Can the winner withdraw the $3000 or $2000 at once? if not, then when? I do not find any information about withdraw rules. Can you clarify? - Are users from BC(Canada) can participate? - Is this competition to be run using NFA rules or UK trading rules? - Are EA's allowed? - Is there a max number of lots allowed per trade? - Is there a max leverage allowed? - Is there a max number of trades allowed simultaneously?
Here are the answers to some of the questions, we should have more details on the rest tomorrow:
- Are users from BC(Canada) can participate? Users from BC (Canada) would not be eligible unfortunately since the contest prize is an FXCM trading account with the funds already deposited, and FXCM UK is unable to open accounts for traders in British Columbia.
- Are EA's allowed? Yes! EA's are allowed.
- Is there a max number of lots allowed per trade? You can open as many lots as you want, considering of course you have the margin necessary to open the position(s).
- Is there a max number of trades allowed simultaneously? You can have any number of trades running simultaneously
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