Wednesday, 8 January 2014

New Year, New Cash Contests - Trade To Excel

Become a Champion Trader this New Year by competing in TWO Excel Markets-sponsored demo trading contests with $2500 in prizes EACH, 20 winners total, and $1000 in cash going to each of the first-placed winners.
View our forex trading contest page here and click the blue 'Join Contest' button. You must be logged in to do so, if you are not logged in please either login or sign up.

Visit  Excel Markets website:
  • Industry-shattering low costs and Extreme ECN Execution
  • Fanatical 24-hour Multi-lingual Client Support Service
  • FMA-Regulated with Superior Safety of Funds
  • Robust Client Account Panel
  • Founded by and - proven integrity, service and technology
Excel Markets was built by the founders of Cash Back Forex and Forex Razor. has been known for 5+ years as a leader in customer service quality and reliability, while has become known for its incredibly sophisticated technical trading features, tools and expertise. Excel Markets Rebates
  • Micro (Core) accounts - .20 pips per round turn lot
  • ECN Core accounts - $2 per round lot traded for Core accounts
  • ECN Pro accounts - $5 per million per round turn
  • Promotion: Zero Deposit Fees for Electronic Transactions PLUS Get Paid to Deposit
WINNERS, Holiday Season 2013 Contest
Congratulations! The Winners of the Excel Markets Season of 25 Trading Contest have been officially declared and you can see the final rankings, including the top 10, on the rankings page.

When you compete at an Excel Markets contest you can be confident knowing you have a fair shot at winning. We even track drawdown and enforce rules about how much drawdown a trader can accrue before being disqualfied.

Oh, and that's the other thing: Excel Markets forex contests don't award account equity with strict rules on withdrawing it to ensure you never actually get to withdraw it. No, we give real prizes, actual cash sent to your bank account, PayPal or Skrill account.
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