FXOpen Announces Resultls of 2014 Asian Forex Championship

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FXOpen is glad to announce the results of the Asian Forex Championship 2014 – a most exciting and large-scale competition, held within the ForexCup project. Forex traders from all over the globe joined the great tournament but representatives from China managed to win the main prize!

Held between May 5th and June 27th, the Championship brought together thousands of traders worldwide, of which 1251 decided to take part in the most high-profile event of summer 2014 at ForexCup.com. However, the top two spots were taken by the Chinese traders who had already won 3 times in the Championships organized by FXOpen!

The main prizes were distributed as follows:

  • 1st place – PAMM ECN accounts of US$3,000 + bonus – Changhang Peng
  • 2nd place – PAMM ECN accounts of US$1,800 + bonus – Shu Wen Huang
  • 3rd place – PAMM ECN accounts of US$1,200 + bonus – Nurjahan Begum

The winner of the Championship is also awarded with the title of the Best Asian Trader 2014. 852% profits, made during the competition, helped him take the lead and become the Champion. Remarkably, it’s his 30th contest at ForexCup that he scored a success with.

The bonus fund of the summer tournament totaling US$6,000 was shared among 195 most skillful participants. They demonstrated excellent trading techniques and finished with outstanding results.

Regional Forex Championships have already become a tradition. FXOpen regularly holds such competitions in different countries, e.g. Russia, Ukraine, Moldova, etc. These events are usually followed and discussed by Forex newbies and experts in different Internet-platforms which generally helps to boost the professional level of the Forex community.

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