XM (XEMarkets), the FX broker based in Cyprus, is keeping up with its attractive promotions and now rewards each of its new clients with a special bonus for the end of the summer.
All clients of the broker, regardless of the account they open (be it a Micro, Standard or Executive) are eligible for the 100% deposit bonus. It's a pretty clear offer: you open a live account and deposit funds, then the bonus depends on the size of the sum invested. If you deposit $5, you get a bonus of $5. The upper limit for this Welcome bonus is $500 – which is a rather big number: if you pump $500 into your account, your trading balance grows to whole $1,000!
But this is not the end to it, as the broker now proposes to its new clients to take advantage of its 30% Loyalty Bonus. This bonus will apply to the money you deposit into your account on top of the initial investment you've made. Let's illustrate this with an example: say that you deposit $500 and then $500 more, or $1,000 straight away, then you'll get a $500 Welcome bonus and a $150 Loyalty Bonus, or $650 in total. It's pretty lucrative, I know.
But pay attention to the fact that the promotion is limited in time: it started today and will be running until September 22, 2013. That's about two weeks, fellow traders.
And since we are discussing deposits, let me remind you that XM is thinking profoundly of offering various methods for funding of FX accounts. A couple of weeks ago, the broker introduced
a raft of such options that were explicitly targeted at traders inhabiting more exotic destinations or simply countries where one cannot make use of most popular payment systems. It all looks set for you to make use of the promo.
You can read more about the bonus here
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