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SOURCE: Altwin Limited
Altwin Limited is launching http://www.TradingGiveAway.com, a ‘Give Away Event’ that will allow traders and investors to get free educational resources, software, products and services that are designed to help them trade and invest successfully. Those resources are being given by companies wanting to spread their message to a far wider audience and build their FOREX (foreign exchange), trading and investing related email lists’ subscriber bases and at no cost.
Ipswich, Suffolk (PRWEB) February 09, 2013
TradingGiveAway.com, February 8, 2013, is launching a ‘Give Away Event’ giving FOREX and general traders free resources from financial websites wanting to widen their audience.
An important milestone was recently reached by TradingGiveAway.com: The contributors who have already submitted their FOREX, general trading, investing and binary options reports, software and services’ details here http://www.TradingGiveAway.com/contributors.html have a total subscriber base in the region of half a million people that they will contact and urge to visit the TradingGiveAway.com site to get all the other contributors’ gifts.
Those committed contributors have given a strong indication that they will contact their subscribers about the ‘give away’ at least on the launch date of Monday, February 18th and make further mailings to their subscribers in the subsequent weeks to maintain their gifts’ listings.
All the contributors’ subscribers and anyone interested in learning more about FOREX, general trading, investing and binary options can access all the contributors’ products and services.
The TradingGiveaway.com event launches Monday, February 18th and ends Monday March 11th.
Contributors of trading and investing gifts have until Friday February 22nd at the latest to submit their valuable gift details, including the links to their websites so people can download the gifts, potentially after subscribing at those contributors’ sites. It is worth noting that contributors will get more exposure if they submit their gift details before Monday February 18th.
“Understandably people like free resources from financial websites so they can learn from them and evaluate them before they possibly make a purchase, but they are not always sure where to go. Yet many of my JV (Joint Venture) contacts in the FOREX, general trading, investing and binary options fields who give away products and services have been expressing their need to spread their message to a wider audience,” stated Philip Birchley, Managing Director of Altwin Limited.
Philip goes on to say: “So inevitably, trading and investing give away events provide a perfect win- win solution to that dilemma.”
It has also been announced that total prizes of up to $2,000 will be paid to the contributors that send the most visitors to http://www.TradingGiveAway.com that are interested in downloading the contributors’ gifts. The full competition rules are at the site.
Both FOREX trading and now more recently, 'binary options' trading, the latter essentially being placing 'Up' or 'Down' bets, are becoming increasingly popular due to a general lack of job security, but education is key due to the potential risks as well as rewards.
Philip Birchley who is managing the event passed the former Securities and Futures Authority Futures and Options Representative exams.
TradingGiveAway.com enables traders and investors to get educational resources, software, products and services gifts that are designed to help them trade and invest and they are provided by companies and website owners who want to spread their message to a wider audience.
Altwin Limited, TradingGiveAway.com and all contributors to this give away event provide no guarantee of earnings. All contributors’ products and services are given away for educational purposes only. The value of trades and investments can go down as well as up. Trading and investing in FOREX, stocks, derivatives and binary options is risky as well as potentially profitable and in some instances traders and investors may lose more than their initial deposit. See http://www.TradingGiveAway.com for full terms.
Philip Birchley, Managing Director
+44 (0) 1473 736 275
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