Round 67 of the OctaFX Champion Demo Contest has now finished.
Congratulations to four more traders who share the prize fund of 1000 USD this month!
1st place with the award of 500 USD goes to Agung Yuanto from Indonesia
2nd place with the award of 300 USD goes to Ardo Ramdhani from Indonesia
3rd place with the award of 100 USD goes to Mochamad Zamroni from Indonesia
The runner-up, Irvan Irvan from Indonesia, receives 100 USD
Our new winners have shared their feelings and thoughts on the last round, and told us how intensive their participation was, and revealed the deciding factors in their success. Find out more in our interview with the best traders in Round 67 of the OctaFX Champion Demo Contest.
1ST PLACE: AGUNG YUANTO FROM INDONESIA
I was very excited to finish first, because I’ve put all my time and focus into this round of the contest, to achieve the best results. I had to be patient in order to get to first place. I’m looking forward to participating in future contests as well as taking part in upcoming promotions for OctaFX.
I’m still a beginner, so I haven’t found the best strategy for me just yet. In about 10 years I hope to become a professional trader. To be honest, that prize is a spectacular profit for me since I’m used to experiencing losses quite often.
2ND PLACE: ARDO RAMDHANI FROM INDONESIA
I am very happy to finish in second. During the contest I paid attention to finding the right strategy for me. I think I took second place due to the fact that I was patient and persistent while other participants rushed into opening positions. That win motivates me to keep participating in future OctaFX contests and promotions. Winning this contest round is my biggest and most impressive gain.
3RD PLACE: MOCHAMAD ZAMRONI FROM INDONESIA
I am very excited to be a winner, even if it is third place, since this is my first time winning at an OctaFX contest. I wasn’t really involved in the contest from the beginning, but when it was close to the end, I put all my time and effort into it. I take advantage of all the opportunities I have, so I continue participating in the OctaFX Champion Contest as well as in other promotions.
The key to success in my opinion is perseverance and the ability to learn from your own mistakes.
My strategy for this contest was Breakout combined with resistance support, but I remain open for other alternatives that might be better. I think that it takes five years at least to become a good trader, as during this stage one will learn from failures and get good experience in dynamic market movement.
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