Hamburg, Germany May 15, 2013 --
The German investment bank Varengold is providing 2,500 tradimo.com members with €100 in free trading money to start trading Forex. They are betting that through tradimo’s comprehensive education and coaching, many of these new traders will perform better than average. If these people are successful, they are more likely to stick with trading and become valuable customers and brand ambassadors for the bank. Sebastian Kuhnert, CEO of tradimo.com, commented:
“It’s really a perfect partnership and a win-win-win for Varengold, tradimo.com and our members. The better we educate our users, the more they make, the longer they stay with Varengold, and the more we make.”
Most of tradimo’s members have never traded before, so tradimo has developed a simple but well tested beginners’ trading strategy that introduces people to the mechanics and theory behind trading. In order to receive the free money, members must complete these lessons. From there, tradimo.com offers progressively more advanced lessons and trading strategies to appeal to more seasoned traders. Kuhnert added:
“This is a risk-free opportunity for people who might be on the fence about trading to figure out if this is right for them. The real-money aspect of it, even though risk-free, provides a better way to develop the best trading mindset than a simple demo account.”
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From its home in Gibraltar, tradimo.com was launched in November 2012 with the mission of helping people take control of their finances. The company is focused on building user-friendly content and an engaged community in English, German, and Russian. tradimo.com is privately financed by PokerStrategy.com, the world’s largest community and e-learning site for poker, with over 6 million users. This partnership has allowed tradimo.com to leverage the knowledge and skills needed to build an active online community and education platform.
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