The ASX Options Game is live
The new round of the ASX Options Trading Game is now open so make sure to create an account (or login if you already have one) to start playing for a chance to win yourself weekly cash prizes, brokerage, education and much more.
Join the game to learn how to trade like a pro in a simulated environment. The aim of the game is to maximise your return on $50,000 of virtual cash over 4 weeks.
You can create leagues with your family and friends for a bit of healthy competition. After all, this year has been a bit lacking on that front! If you win the game, there is a $500 cash prize up for grabs.
Most importantly, whether you’re a complete beginner or an experienced trader, the ASX Options Game is a great way to learn new ways to trade. You’ll hone your skills using real-life data and tools from Australia’s most powerful options trading technology. See if you have what it takes to be the best! Register here to get started!
Over the course of the game, we’re running The Trading 360 Summit, a free five-week trading education webcast that will help you double down on your learning. Each week, you’ll hear from professional traders who will share their favourite trading strategies, their approach to picking direction and how to manage trades. You can sign up to The Trading 360 Summit webcast here.
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 act on the information we provide if you are confident that you fully understand what you are doing. Past returns do not always indicate future returns, and it is also possible to make significant losses. We employ expert traders and use strategies that aim to maximise returns and minimise risk. However, there is always a risk of loss when trading and investing.
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