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New Year, New Forex Article Contest!

FXOpen invites everyone to join a new round of the Forex Article Contest.

The Forex Article Contest has gone bigger and better since its launch in September last year. FXOpen is happy to see the growing interest of Forex traders in this competition. It is primarily aimed to stimulate activity towards gaining adequate knowledge about the financial markets. The fact that the traders themselves disseminate Forex-related information by sharing their own experiences is a source of pride for the company.

To sustain this momentum in 2014, FXOpen is launching a new round of the competition starting on January 23rd until 4 pm on February 28th. There are a few interesting changes this time around. There will be 7 main prizes for the authors of the best works, totaling US$1,300. There’s also the People's Choice Award of US$100 to be given to the author of the most popular article in the social network Facebook. To take part in the competition, simply send a quality material about Forex.

The expert judges (which include Forex analysts, representatives of the company’s financial and dealing departments, and the editorial staff) will decide on the 7 main winners, while the social networkers’ activity will help determine the winner of the People's Choice Award.

Please note: the contest organizers reserve the right to amend the contest rules, ignore certain entries if they violate the contest regulations or if cheating is detected.

Best regards,

FXOpen NZ Limited

Customer Service E-mail: sales@fxopen.com

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Monday, 27 Jan, 2014 / 1:46

Source : http://www.fxopen.com/News.aspx?id=7935980e-c0b9-47ce-90a9-a908e34e99ce

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