FXOpen Top Forex Writers Rating


The Forex Article Contest finished on 15th October. It is a new format of the competition for FXOpen being held by the company for the first time. In the opinion of the organizers, the competition was a success based upon participation levels. The company’s press service received a number of Forex-related articles and after a thorough assessment, it decided upon FXOpen Top Forex Writers. We are ready to announce their names.

To participate in the contest entrants had to write an article for judging in the following categories, being “Forex Theory” and “Forex Success Story.” There were certain requirements for each category. The compliance with those requirements was considered during the assessment of the submitted material and distribution of places.

The Forex Theory category was instant success generating a fierce fight for victory. The authors had been competing for dominance by providing interesting and valuable content, analyzing examples from their personal experience and presenting information in the form of charts, schemes, and images. The winners were determined by voting held in social networks, as well as FXOpen representatives’ objective opinion:

Forex Theory:

  • 1st place – US$500 – Rinat Zaynutdinov;
  • 2nd place – US$250 – Aleksandr Semkin;
  • 3rd place – US$150 – Ahmed Mohamed.

Forex Success Story:

  • 1st place – US$250 – Triyono;
  • 2nd place – US$100 – A. V. Lukyanchikov.

FXOpen would also like to mention other contestant –  Igor Titara who submitted 4 articles in the category “Forex Theory.” The company wishes to reward this participant for his enthusiasm and serious attitude to the competition. Igor Titara therefore receives US$100 as an additional prize and the title of The Most Active Participant.

Waheed Mughal is also awarded with US$100 as a randomly chosen voter for the articles submitted in FXOpen Facebook. This prize was aimed specifically for social network users voting for the contest articles. Any participant of the online voting could have been the lucky prize winner.

The prize money will be credited to the top writers’ ECN accounts opened with FXOpen.

The submissions of all participants are available in the relevant categories of the company’s blogs:

The firm will continue with the Forex Article Contest. The next round of the competition will be announced soon.

FXOpen would like to take this opportunity to congratulate all the winners and wish them new achievements!

This article represents the opinion of the Companies operating under the FXOpen brand only. It is not to be construed as an offer, solicitation, or recommendation with respect to products and services provided by the Companies operating under the FXOpen brand, nor is it to be considered financial advice.

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