We are ready to announce winners of Stay home contest

The “Stay home” contest gained support from the sports stars, InstaForex partners, Borussia Dortmund, a leading German football club, and Jan Koller, its famous team captain. The contest gave novice traders a great opportunity to try their hand at trading and refine their skills in this field. Conditions of the contest were rather tough: participants were not allowed to seek the help of advisors and robots, as well as place stop orders.

We are happy to announce the winners of the contest!

The best result in the contest was shown by Albert Faritovich Salimgareev (Russia, account number – 68021955). The winner gets the VIP ticket for the Borussia Dortmund game.

II place – Artur Yuryevich Ilyin (Russia, account number 68014942), 1,000 USD.

III place – Alexander Borisovich Dzyuba (Ukraine, account number 68015035), 750 USD.

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