Let's cheer the best traders in the following four contests: One Million Option, InsatForex Sniper, FX-1 Rally, and Lucky Trader. We warmly congratulate our heroes on excellent scores and wish other participants to find their names among winners of further stages.
One Million Option is an extremely popular contest with InstaForex. Every step gathers a large number of traders who are keen to face a challenge and compete for the title of the best options trader. In the latest step, the best score was achieved by Eugeny Pelipenko, a trader from Ukraine. Please be aware that the next stage is just around the corner: from July 30, 2018 until August 3, 2018.
This contest is tailor-made for the fastest and most accurate traders. In the latest tournament, trader from Hungary Csaba Gyula Nagy proved his excellent skills. Get ready for the next step of InstaForex Sniper which will be held from July 30, 2018 to August 3, 2018.
QiangFang, a trader from China, was the best to cope with the whole distance of FX-1 Rally. He displayed remarkable trading and racing skills. We congratulate the winner on a stunning victory and wish our hero to confirm the title of the best racer in further stages. If you also long for a tough challenge and are ready to feel the thrill of a race, welcome to the starting line of FX-1 Rally! You can register and take part in the nearest tournament which will take place from 00:00 July 27, 2018 to 23:59 July 27, 2018.
Agile mind, prudence, and focus on success are the keys to the victory in the two-week Lucky Trader marathon. If you are capable of carrying out flawless trading for two weeks, you will have a chance to win this competition. Sergey Ivanovitch Rozhnov is a great example to follow. The nearest stage of the Lucky Trader contest will run from July 30, 2018 until August 3, 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.