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Has Christmas come early for traders this year?

Admiral Markets is giving presents to Forex and CFD traders - a 10% cumulative bonus for successful trading
Global Forex and CFD financial trader, Admiral Markets, is rewarding each trader’s success with a 10% compound bonus on the trader’s profits over three months. Admiral Markets President Dmitri Laush says the campaign’s timing is no accident, as the incentive can put money into trader’s pockets ahead of the often costly Christmas season.

“We are taking a fresh approach to encouraging and supporting our traders through the holiday season and into next year,” says Mr Laush.
Traders not paid once, but three times
Running until the end of January, the Season’s Greeting campaign’s rules state that the Financial Conduct Authority regulated Forex broker will:
credit a 10% bonus to each customer based on his/her profit for the month
at the end of that month.

Each bonus then adds to the bonus amount credited for the next month, as shown in the table below.

Month 1: Deposit/equity $1000, Accrued profit $500, 10% bonus on profit $50, Total $1550
Month 2: Deposit/equity $1550, Accrued profit $300, 10% bonus on profit $30, Total $1880
Month 3: Deposit/equity $1880, Accrued profit $700, 10% bonus on profit $70, Total $2650

"Over the years, Admiral Markets has done a lot to help our traders become more successful. This is another example of us doing that,” concludes Dmitri.

For more information on the Season’s Greetings campaign or Admiral Markets in general , please contact pr@admiralmarkets.com

Monday, 14 Dec, 2015 / 8:08

Note: Company News is a promotional service of the Directory and the content isn't created by Finance Magnates.

Source : http://www.admiralmarkets.com/landing/seasons-greetings/

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