If you have been following my blog for the past few weeks you might have noticed that I have started a Sunday tradition in which I publish a forex-related crossword. Not only does the crossword provide a challenge for those of you looking for some week-end stimulating activity but it also gives a 20 USD prize to whomever manages to finish the crossword in the shortest amount of time. It won’t be easy and it probably will take you sometime but I can guarantee that you’ll learn in the process and if you’re persistent enough you may even be able to get the cash prize. :o)
Last week’s crossword was won by Christos (last week’s crossword solution is available here), since nobody else managed to finish the crossword he was able to claim his 20 USD prize. This week we have another crossword and another cash prize waiting. Who will be this week’s knowledgeable trader ? Who will beat the puzzle and achieve glory amongst the Time Record chart of the crossword ? You have until next Saturday evening to learn more about forex and win some money in the process.
- 1. A bull market in the UK
- 2. What Lincon would have used
- 3. I am the gold in the euro
- 4. What no one wants in a trade
- 5. Last name of a federal chair with a corporate history
- 6. The bars in renko charts are also known as _____
- 7. How in Canada they call the exchange rate next door
- 8. A rate of return not adjusted to inflation
- 9. The pair in which the best coffee is traded
- 10. When a bank gets an account with a foreign sibling it is called a ____ account.
Answers for this crossword will be released with next week’s puzzle :o)
This crossword puzzle’s contest is now closed. Please see next week’s crossword for the answers !
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