Another batch of InstaForex contests has come to an end and the winners have been already determined! Today, we are ready to declare the winners of the following contests: Real Scalping, InstaForex Sniper, One Million Option, and Lucky Trader. It is a pleasure to congratulate our heroes. We wish other participants to find their names among winners of further stages.
Quick-witted, meticulous, and skilled tarders have a chance to succeed in this short-term strategy. Today, the first prize is awarded to Svetlana Aleksandrovna Vlasova. Congratulations! The lady has outpaced male traders in the latest stage! Way to go! We invite you to follow her example and try your luck in the nearest step which will begin on August 6, 2018 and finish on August 31, 2018.
In this contest, fortune smiles to the most accurate and fastest traders. The latest tournament revealed that trader from Romania Babalau Ruslan deserves the first prize. Don't stay away! Feel free to register for the competition and face a challenge. The next step of InstaForex Sniper will be held from July 30, 2018 to August 3, 2018.
This contest from InstaForex has fairly found favor with traders. At every stage, enthusiastic participants contend for the title of the best options trader in a fierce struggle. At the end of July, the best result was gained by trader from Kazakhstan Asylbek Kospanov. Please be aware that the next stage is just around the corner: from July 30, 2018 until August 3, 2018.
Agile mind, prudence, focus on success, and patience are the keys to the victory in the two-week Lucky Trader marathon. This time, trader from India Vinod Kumar Panneer Selvam won a stunning victory. Perhaps, you will be able to carry out flawless trading for two weeks like our hero. The nearest stage of the Lucky Trader contest will run from August 6, 2018 until August 17, 2018.
Trading leveraged products such as forex and CFDs carries a high level of risk and may not be suitable for all investors. There is a possibility to lose all you initial capital. Before trading you should fully understand the true extent of your exposure to the risk of loss and your level of experience.