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A New round of ASX Options Trading Game has launched

June 9, 2021
Cat McLean

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A New round of ASX Options Trading Game has launched

The latest round of the ASX Options Trading Game kicked off this week on the 7th of June. This is your opportunity to learn to trade like a pro in a simulated market environment, without spending any real money.

The latest round of the ASX Options Trading Game kicked off this week on the 7th of June. This is your opportunity to learn to trade like a pro in a simulated market environment, without spending any real money.

The rules are simple: Max out your return on $50,000 of virtual cash over 4 weeks. To sweeten the deal, the winner gets a $500 cash prize.

Practice trading with some of the most powerful technology out there. The game uses the same Implied Volatility Options Trading Platform that professional options traders use. When you play, you get hands-on experience with all the tools, analytics, live dynamic data, and options calculators you need to take your trades to the next level.

The winner of the last Options Trading Game was Cam Blakemore who turned his original $50,000 portfolio into $284,157.28 – that’s a return of 468.31%.

Mr Blakemore commented: “It’s a great platform and makes trading options so much easier – it would have been very helpful if this was available 20 years ago, it would have saved me plenty of time and money. The cookbook, along with the company rankings, is the best feature of the platform.”

The ASX Options Trading Game is 100% free* and also gives you access to online education so you can trade with more insight and confidence. 

Get ready to play: If you’re a first time player, simply create an account and get started. Played before? Just login using the same password for the previous Options Game.

 

*The ASX Options Game does not have any registration fees or charges. It provides you with free access to the options game website for as long as the game lasts.

Trading options is not suitable for everyone. There is a risk that you can lose more than the value of a trade or its underlying assets. You should only trade if you are confident that you fully understand what you are doing. If you are thinking about acquiring a financial product, you should consider our Financial Services Guide (FSG) including the Privacy Statement and any relevant Product Disclosure Statement or Prospectus (if one is available) to understand the features, risks and returns associated with the investment.Any advice provided by Reach Markets including on its website and by its representatives is general advice only and does not consider your objectives, financial situation or needs, and you should consider whether it is appropriate for you. This might mean that you need to seek personal advice from a representative authorised to provide personal advice. 

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General Advice Warning

Any advice provided by Reach Markets including on its website and by its representatives is general advice only and does not consider your objectives, financial situation or needs, and you should consider whether it is appropriate for you. This might mean that you need to seek personal advice from a representative authorised to provide personal advice. If you are thinking about acquiring a financial product, you should consider our Financial Services Guide (FSG) including the Privacy Statement and any relevant Product Disclosure Statement or Prospectus (if one is available) to understand the features, risks and returns associated with the investment.

Please click here to read our full warning.

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