Six Top Everton Players will be Competing against other Global Competitors
FCA regulated ECN, forex and CFDs brokerage Blackwell Global announces today the launch of a new television commercial series titled “#BluesChallenge Demo Trading Competition” on the Bloomberg global network. The advertisements will star players from Premier League side Everton Football Club as they are put into a field that that they have never experienced before – the field of trading.
As Blackwell Global’s first ever television advertising campaign, and Everton’s first ever television commercial on the Bloomberg network, the “#BluesChallenge Demo Trading Competition” campaign encourages potential participants to challenge the likes of Wayne Rooney, Jordan Pickford, Morgan Schneiderlin, Phil Jagielka, Leighton Banes and Yannick Bolasie as they demonstrate their flair as football players as well as traders who will be joining the demo competition as active competitors.
More details of the trading styles of the six players, their respective biographies and an extended leaderboard can be found on www.blackwellglobal.com/blueschallenge-demo-trading-competition. With no barriers to entry, experienced traders can join and stand to win the top prize of USD$5000 in cash, as well as a trip for two to watch the upcoming fixture of Everton versus Manchester United as VIPs.
The emphasis on trading education is one of the key value-added services that Blackwell Global is committed to; providing both educational articles and intensive monthly webinars to equip traders with the necessary trading skills to make better trades. Clients of the company can also receive further support in the form of trading tools, such as the MT4 Accelerator, the Blackwell Global Trading Diary and a variety of customised MT4 indicators.
In alignment with the company’s commitment to providing superior trading support and trading education to their clients, the demo trading competition aims to educate traders on the importance of trading education.
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