Woodlake Commodity Solutions Promotes a Month and a Half Demo-Trading Challenge "Stretching the Limits – Bullion Fever"
London, United Kingdom, February 22, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Dubbed "Stretching the Limits – bullion Fever", the challenge is an exuberant way for clients, potential traders, and even the “just curious” individuals in trading gold and silver futures to ascertain if they "got the knack" to fruitfully trade gold and silver contracts. Since it is a virtual trading scenario, participants can let their adventurous and creative side out without the fear of any “real” loss to a competitor.
For each challenge day, from March 16 through April 15, one Silver coin will be bestowed to the challenger who has registered the highest ratio gain on the day. Each week, there will be 1 $1,500 live futures trading account conferred to the contender with the topmost percentage profit for the week.
"This challenge cup is supported as a collective educational venture," said Harry Allwood, Woodlake Commodity Solutions president and CEO. "Stretching the Limits" is a trading challenge which provides us a motivating and inciting fashion to reach out to future traders and investors who yearn for better understanding of the trade and aim to improve their skills in trading precious metals futures. The virtual trading that we provide on our trading platform enables challenger to employ their current know-how and test how it would deliver their desired results at the convenience of 'no-risk' or threat to their own capital, on top of that, at the end of the competition, challenger will surely come out with deeper knowledge and satisfaction for being able to put their strategies and methodologies to the test with getting 'burned'."
There is no fee to enter the competition. The contest welcomes challengers who are 18 years old or above. It is invalid wherever prohibited by law. Woodlake Commodity Solutions, or divisions, partners, personnel, associated individuals, officers, directors, introducing brokers, and members of the immediate families of these participants are disqualified from joining.