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会員 Jul 31, 2009  1385 件の投稿 Ethan (Staff) Apr 18 2014 at 08:59
This topic is for discussing the Forex Contest 24FX.

evernever

会員 Jun 18, 2011  1 件の投稿 evernever Apr 19 2014 at 17:35
hello,can Anybody explain how many lots should be done if win the prize? (1:500)

about withdrawal requirements:
   In order to withdraw your winnings; you must have a trade volume of 50x your winnings. For example: For every $1 of the prize, you must have a trading volume of $5000 in order to be eligible for withdrawal.

thanks


alysharf

会員 Jun 15, 2013  29 件の投稿 alysharf Apr 19 2014 at 21:24
u need to trade 1 stander lot for every 20 $ withdrwal of prize ,that mean u need to trade 5 million for get 1000 of the prize

Hochuh

会員 Sep 24, 2012  6 件の投稿 Hochuh Apr 19 2014 at 21:24
evernever posted:
hello,can Anybody explain how many lots should be done if win the prize? (1:500)

about withdrawal requirements:
   In order to withdraw your winnings; you must have a trade volume of 50x your winnings. For example: For every $1 of the prize, you must have a trading volume of $5000 in order to be eligible for withdrawal.

thanks


 1place - 18 750 000$(187 lots); 2 place - 5 000 000$(50 lots); 3 place - 2 500 000$( 25 lots).

PanoramaForex

会員 Feb 23, 2014  4 件の投稿 Muhammad Kashif Qureshi (PanoramaForex) Apr 19 2014 at 21:24
Dear Evernever, this is the Rule fo competetion

Any prizes will be added into customer's trading account and can be withdrawn subject to the following withdrawal requirements; In order to withdraw your winnings; you must have a trade volume of 50x your winnings. For example: For every $1 of the prize, you must have a trading volume of $5000 in order to be eligible for withdrawa

PanoramaForex

会員 Feb 23, 2014  4 件の投稿 Muhammad Kashif Qureshi (PanoramaForex) Apr 19 2014 at 21:24
it means if u have Trade Volume of .01 (1 cent) you need to have 100 Trades to draw 1$

iw2ktl61

会員 Apr 01, 2014  14 件の投稿 GIULIO MAVER (iw2ktl61) Apr 19 2014 at 21:24
hello, from what I understand, you must have an account with them and then having the required tradato lots to withdraw the money you have to trade in real losers therefore sincerely and not 'that interests me win the contest I use for experimenting with and strategies. various

giulio

The money never sleep
FXBoo

会員 Apr 10, 2013  4 件の投稿 Mr.Ahmed (FXBoo) Apr 19 2014 at 21:25
no .

i think u can withdraw the prize any time and with out trade '

Mr.Ahmed bogy_king
FinanceEngineer

会員 Jan 30, 2014  12 件の投稿 Young Ho Seo (FinanceEngineer) Apr 19 2014 at 21:25
evernever posted:
hello,can Anybody explain how many lots should be done if win the prize? (1:500)

about withdrawal requirements:
   In order to withdraw your winnings; you must have a trade volume of 50x your winnings. For example: For every $1 of the prize, you must have a trading volume of $5000 in order to be eligible for withdrawal.

thanks



As many lot as you can to win the prize. Don't worry about blowing your account. Just focus winning.

chamchoun111

会員 Jan 28, 2012  50 件の投稿 anouar (chamchoun111) Apr 19 2014 at 21:25
2 usd ......10000 usd mean 0,1 lot
200 usd...... 10 lot
100 usd...... 5 lot


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