'Trader of the Year Contest 2014', Two days to go before the competition


Barcelona, October 10th, 2014 — The Trader of the Year contest is about to start. Next October 12th kicks off the competition where traders from all over the world will do their best to reach the glory. Once again FXStreet is back with the popular Trader of Year Demo Contest, sponsored by Hantec Markets. It is a simple contest where participants trade on a Demo account, and the best performers at the end of the competition period, win various prizes. There will be 5 eventual winners, with a first prize of up to $10,000 in trading accounts, alongside many other exciting gifts. The Trader of the Year contest starts on October 12th, at 9:00pm GMT, and ends on November, 14th at 10:00pm GMT where all positions will be closed, and Profit and Loss (PnL) realised. Registration ends on October 19th.

The minimum age for taking part is 18, and the competition is open to residents of all nations aside from the US, Iran, Syria and North Korea. Contestants must open a demo account with Hantec Markets via the FXStreet website. They will start with USD 10,000 of virtual funds and have a leverage of 1:100. Contestants are free to use all features available on the Hantec MT4 trading platform and use any Expert Advisors, so long as they are ethical. A live scoreboard of the top 10 traders will be displayed on both FXStreet and Hantecfx.com throughout the contest. This contest is powered by FXBlue.

The top five performers will receive prizes of varying sizes, provided by the sponsor of the competition, Hantec Markets, and by the Media Partners: ForexTester, eFXnews, ForexTrading.TV and 2ndSkiesForex.

1st Prize
$10,000 live trading account with Hantec Markets.
1 life time subscription to ForexTester
6 months subscription to eFXnews Plus (Premium Service)
3 month subscription to ForexTrading.tv
1 Subscription to the Advanced Ichimoku Course by 2ndSkiesForex
2nd Prize
$5,000 live trading account with Hantec Markets.
1 life time subscription to ForexTester
6 months subscription to eFXnews Plus (Premium Service)
3 month subscription to ForexTrading.tv
3rd Prize
$3,000 live trading account with Hantec Markets.
1 life time subscription to ForexTester
6 months subscription to eFXnews Plus (Premium Service)
3 month subscription to ForexTrading.tv
4th - 5th Prize
1 life time subscription to ForexTester
6 months subscription to eFXnews Plus (Premium Service)


*Restrictions apply to withdraw profit from the live accounts. Check the Contest Rules

Interested Forex traders who want to compete can register through this page: https://www.fxstreet.com/contest

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