NordFX Hands Out 100,000 USD to Its Clients

FinanceFeeds Editorial Team

Would you like to get $500, $1,000 or $2,500? How about adding $20,000 to your budget? We know where and how it can be done.

The brokerage company NordFX is running this year a draw with 101 cash prizes totalling 100,000 USD. It is very easy to take part in thedraw and get a chance to win one or even several of these prizes. To do this, just register and open a Pro account with NordFX (all this is done online in a matter of minutes), then fund this account with at least $200 and… just start trading.

You can make transactions with currencies and cryptocurrencies, stocks and indices, oil and precious metals, and everything that you earn can be withdrawn at any time. And as soon as your trading turnover in Forex currency pairs or gold reaches 2 lots (or 4 lots in silver), you will automatically become the owner of a coupon for the draw. It is not so difficult to make such a turnover, because the leverage at NordFX reaches 1: 1000.

Needless to say, the more times you complete the top-up plus turnover condition, the more coupons you will receive. Their maximum number is not limited. And the more coupons you have, the higher the probability of winning. Moreover, you can become the owner of not one, but several prizes!

The NordFX prize draw has another huge advantage. Unlike trader contests, there is no need for a draw participant to show exceptional trading results. Both experienced professionals and beginners have equal chances of winning.

NordFX is a company with a rich history and has been operating in the financial markets for many years. This broker ran a contest on demo accounts called DemoCup since 2010. It raffled off $42,000 annually, $3,500 monthly.

The Olympic DemoCup, a contest held in parallel with the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, finished on August 19, 2016. After which… the company gave up any of these kinds of contests. Why? An analysis of the seven-year history of DemoCup showed that it was not uncommon for the same people to win such contests – either very experienced traders or owners of powerful robot advisers.  So, despite the fact that anyone could take part in the contest, and absolutely for free, the above categories of participants had a certain advantage in advance. That is why it was decided to turn to a much more democratic scheme – draws, where the winner is determined randomly using a random number generator, regardless of their experience and trading results.

This year’s first draw took place on July 1, 2021. It was held as openly as possible, online, and anyone could follow its progress on the Internet. The next stages will take place on October 01, 2021, and  January 03, 2022. There will be 50 prizes of $500, 15 of $1000, 8 of $2500 and a super prize of $20,000. As you can see, there are many prizes, as there are many chances to become their owner.

No pitfalls. And you can either use the received prize money in further trading or withdraw it out without any restrictions. In general, open an account, trade and win!

Terms of participation are available on the NordFX website www.NordFX.com.

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