Tickmill hits record monthly trading volume of over $32 billion

Global ECN broker Tickmill, authorised and regulated as a securities dealer by the Financial Services Authority (FSA) of Seychelles is proud to announce it hit a new record in March 2016 as trading volumes rose by 45% from a previous landmark of $22 billion in February to over $32 billion in March.

Additionally, a unique Gold Rush campaign started in April has also boosted trader interest in Tickmill by offering genuine physical gold bars for clients and IB partners trading gold contracts. Traders not only benefit from the industry’s best gold spreads and execution speeds, but also enjoy the guaranteed opportunity of receiving bars of the precious metal itself.

Tickmill is offering yet another special trader-focused campaign – the Forex Demo Race. Aimed at relatively new traders wishing to win real cash prizes while they gain experience and confidence in their trading skills, the Demo Race will be awarding over $35,000 in yearly prizes. The top 20 demo account winners each week will receive up to $200 in cash for their performance.

“Our rapidly increasing trading volumes are further evidence that Tickmill offers the best trading environment, the best trading conditions and the best customer experience for traders. We continue to not just promise, but actually deliver market-leading services for all our valued clients,” Tickmill CEO Sudhanshu Agarwal commented.

Concludes Agarwal, “I am sure that traders can see we cater to all types and levels of traders at Tickmill. We want every trader to feel he is not just a client, but also a partner with us. We have reached this level of public recognition while never compromising on our commitment to help our clients succeed in trading. I look forward to providing even more reasons for traders to choose Tickmill in 2016 and demonstrate that our reputation for guaranteeing outstanding trading conditions and exceptional levels of customer support, convenience and satisfaction has been well-earned.”

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