Competition "Swiss Banker" - we refine the accuracy of entries on demo accounts and take away prizes
Many of us lack attention and concentration in trading. There are so many pairs, they all move, and you want to buy a red Ferrari yesterday. In the new competition “Swiss Banker”, held in conjunction with Alpari, we will hone our focus on one instrument and the Swiss accuracy of entries and exits from transactions. On demo accounts, with real prizes and gifts.
What is the competition?
The competition is held jointly with Alpari.
The essence of the Swiss Banker contest is in trading only one instrument - USDCHF. You open a demo account (via a special link below), fill out the registration form for the contest and trade - advisers, or manually, observing the restrictions described below.
10 traders with the best results will receive cash prizes and gifts.
Will there be prizes?
Of course they will. As always, in our competitions, prizes are cash.
Note: cash prizes will be paid through WebMoney or Qiwi.
- 1st place - $ 300
- 2nd place - $ 200
- 3rd place - $ 150
- 4th place - $ 100
- 5th place - $ 75
- from 6 to 10 place - 50 $
And also all winners will receive pleasant gifts from our website, and those who won the first three places will receive a cult Swiss army knife Victorinox Swiss Champ. I personally brought from Zurich.
To participate in the contest you need to register your contest account by May 26 (inclusive) (see conditions below). The contest itself will be held from May 27 to June 7. Those. You will have 2 weeks to trade on the competitive account. The results of the competition will be announced until June 15 (most likely earlier).
Competition rules - read carefully!
To participate in the competition "Swiss Banker" you need:
1. Register a standard demo account in Alpari. Demo account balance must be 1000$. Platform - MT4.
2. Create monitoring for this account on Myfxbook.com -> see the instructions for creating monitoring. All trading account data in monitoring should be open! Please note that in order to make monitoring myfxbook public, now additional steps are needed. All of them are described in the instructions at the link above in the section "How to make your account public".
3. Indicate your full name, number and password for the demo account, as well as a link to monitor myfxbook by filling out the form at the link:
4. Between May 27 to June 7 make transactions on your account, observing the restrictions (see below):
- Only 1 account is accepted from one person for the contest.
- By May 27, open positions on the competitive account prohibited.
- You can trade ONLY a pair of USDCHF.
- The size of each order is 0.1 lots.
- By the end of the 2nd trading week (June 7th) all transactions on the contest account must be closed. An open position also includes undeleted pending orders.
- It is forbidden to hold more than 1 transaction at a time.
- Each transaction must be closed with a loss or profit of at least 5 old points.
Example: you bought USDCHF at the price of 1.0080. In order not to violate the rules of the competition, you must close the transaction at a price of 1.0085 and higher in case of profit, or at a price of 1.0075 or lower in case of loss fixing.
In the case of sales, consider the spread!
- A participant who has completed less than 5 operations on his account during the competition, or has violated any other of the listed restrictions, is disqualified.
- Also, those who do not send or send incorrect links to myfxbook will be disqualified.
- An hour before the market closes on Friday (that is, from 23:00 to 23:59 by time in the TERMINAL, in the "Market Watch" window), it is possible to close previously opened transactions with profit / loss of less than 5 old points, but count on it and do not abuse it.
- I accidentally discovered the wrong lot size / wrong pair / ahead of time, etc. !! Am I expelled ???
Yes, excluded. Rules and rules.
- And what leverage to choose?
Any lot is still fixed.
- And how do I know if I participate in the competition? Will I receive a confirmation?
- Where to ask a question?