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FXOpen Holds Forex Article Contest

FXOpen a leading broker in Forex would like to inform its customers about the launch of the Forex Article Contest. This competition is scheduled to be held between 1st September and 1st October 2013.

The Forex Article Contest is an excellent opportunity for Forex traders and spectators alike to discover hidden talents, revealing a creative personality by writing about market activity. Trading activity is not obligatory for participation in the competition i.e., the text content is the main focus. To participate in the contest simply send an article dedicated to Forex that will be judged in one of two categories, being “Forex Theory” and “Forex Success Story.” category has its own requirements.

Forex success stories may also be of a humorous construction and may describe your personal experiences in Forex.“Forex Theory” requires a more academic approach and should demonstrate a deep understanding of the market and its principles. Authors of the most outstanding articles will be awarded with prizes totaling US$1,400!

The winner may receive between US$250 to US$500 depending on the category they choose. Prize winners will be determined by voting held in FXOpen Facebook i.e., your fellow traders will directly influence the contest results. Best Regards, FXOpen NZ Limited Customer Service E-mail: support@fxopen.com

Tuesday, 27 Aug, 2013 / 10:58

Source : http://www.fxopen.com/News.aspx?Id=b7d48ba6-a068-4c40-8ef8-2dd98581d5c4

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