The results of the recent Round 48 of OctaFX Champion demo contest are announced, and it’s high time to welcome the traders who were persistent enough to get the prizes:
These traders couldn’t wait to share their experience and feelings about the contest, so here is what they told us:
2nd place - Mr. Fakih Aziz Darojat from Indonesia
I’m delighted that I’ve won a prize in this contest! I consider myself very efficient so I was expecting to become one of the winners as soon as possible. And it happened! My next plan is to participate in all future rounds of this contest. I hope to go on winning. With mental strength and ability to analyze the news, it’s not as hard as one can imagine. My strategy is to stick to the Fundamental path, and I recommend it to all the traders who want to rise high. One year of training and learning - and you are the winner!
3rd place - Mr. Syudi Prayitno from Indonesia
Honestly speaking, I didn’t expect to become the third winner in this round of the Champion contest. It was a big surprise for which I’m grateful to OctaFX and the opportunity that they give by offering such a great way to test trading skills. When I found out that there is such a contest as OctaFX Champion, I was amazed. I didn’t think there are demo contests for those who are not ready to trade on the real accounts. How do I trade? I usually don’t sit in front of my laptop all the time, I just look at the charts once or twice a day to choose my next target. When I lose or win enough, I stop. The trick is to not be too eager to win a million and not to be upset when you are out of luck. Another idea is to maintain physical and mental discipline. That’s the key. I haven’t experienced any spectacular one-time profit, my way of trading is to get small profits, that are more or less regular. Concerning the tools… I only use Bollinger band and moving average. That’s how I trade. And here is my piece of advice for the beginner traders: spend at least 3 months on a demo account. Don’t rush in the real world at once. Take your time and be patient enough to finally win.
The last runner - Mr. Ipon Kusbandi from Indonesia
I’m the last runner this time, but it doesn’t make me too sad. Now I feel challenged to be the best in the upcoming round. This contest taught me a lot, especially how to control the emotions. The strategy that I failed is the candle pattern that I try to develop myself. All in all, my involvement in the contest doesn’t take too much time because I’m an intraday trader and every day I spend a tiny bit of my time on Forex. For this kind of trading, 1 year is enough to learn quite a lot. The largest profit that I’ve ever got was at pair EUR/GBP. Perhaps in the future I’ll explore more.
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