Risk-Free $10,000 Cash Prize Pool Demo Contest at XM

July 16, 2013

XM, regulated global online broker, have announced their newest Demo Trading Competition, due to be running between 1-30 August 2013, with a cash prize pool of $10,000 for the top 20 contest winners.

Traders who wish to take part in the competition can register their demo accounts with XM for free between 15 July and 15 August 2013, and trade for a one-month-long period with a starting virtual equity of $100,000, with no risks involved, and with all the excellent trading conditions available at XM.

The best 20 traders with the highest return percentage on their demo accounts will qualify for the contest prize pool of $10,000, all in cash prizes, credited into their XM real trading accounts at the end of the competition. Contest cash prizes can be withdrawn at any time by a wide range of modern payment methods offered by XM and with zero transfer fees.

For more information please visit: http://www.xm.com/landing/demo-competition/en

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