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FXOpen Launches the Forex Article Contest

Aug 27 2013, 7:54am CDT | by PR.com

FXOpen Launches the Forex Article Contest
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Auckland, New Zealand, August 27, 2013 --(PR.com)-- FXOpen, a leading broker in Forex, is delighted to announce the launch of the Forex Article Contest. The competition starts on 1st September and is open to all.

The Forex Article Contest is creative in nature. You don’t need to be a master of trading to take part in the competition. Good quality content is the main focus therefore an interesting Forex-related article is a candidate for participation in the contest.

The new competition would suit both theorists and practitioners. If you are a professional trader you may wish to voice your ideas regarding market activity and the principles it is based on, or you may have no trading experience but be passionate and well-informed about Forex and its specifics. This is your chance to share your views and develop further.

The articles will be judged in one of two categories, being “Forex Theory” and “Forex Success Story.” Authors of the best works will be awarded with prizes totaling US$1,200. A person, able to demonstrate Forex trading awareness and a deep understanding of the market will become the winner in the category “Forex Theory.” The “Forex Success Story” winner should describe their personal achievements in Forex using any narrative form including humorous if they so wish. You can get the details of the contest in the company’s blog.

“The foundation of Forex Article Contest is our intention to discover new talents that may be hidden or forgotten in the hectic world of trading,” said Denis Peganov, Director of FXOpen NZ Limited. “We try to regularly hold Forex-contests both for experienced traders and people new to Forex and this competition is no exception.”
FXOpen is one of the world’s leading retail Forex companies renowned for its trader-oriented approach and innovative technologies (PAMM, ECN, etc.). The company’s long stay in the market has become possible due to the customers’ credibility and trust. “We highly appreciate and respect our clients’ reliance on our company and the trading opportunities we offer,” concluded Denis Peganov. “We will stay committed to our principles of work and seek to provide the best Forex trading service possible.”

Contact Information:
FXOpen
Sofie Abramson
1 800-88-4444
Contact via Email
http://www.fxopen.com/

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