Playing Fantasy Trading Game on Facebook

ETX Capital has launched a fantasy trading game on Facebook enabling millions of users worldwide to compete against friends on the world’s financial markets.

ETX Capital Trader offers a real time trading experience where users can practice their trading skills with virtual money.

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Commenting on the launch, Andrew Edwards, ETX Capital’s CEO said: “This is an exciting day for ETX Capital. The trading game is a great way for us to show people all over the world how to play the markets.”

“Too many people have been put off trading because of market jargon. The ETX Capital Trader game eliminates these obstacles and presents a fun and competitive environment, so anyone can pit their wits against their friends as well as traders around the globe.”

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The game, says the company, offers a simplified interface where traders can compete against friends, graduate through various levels and exchange trading ideas via social networking tools.

The company made the launch announcement today, Oct. 11.

It is available at:

ETX Capital provides institutional, high net worth and retail customers with multi-asset and multi-market derivative dealing capability through Spread Betting, CFD and FX products.

ETX Capital is the trading name of Monecor (London) Limited.

Photo courtesy: ETX Capital 

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