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The Armchair Trader is pleased to have been named as a media co-sponsor for the Global Forex Awards, which will be taking place in Cyprus in October.

The Awards celebrate the best performing forex businesses / brands on a global and regional basis. They are intended to reward those firms that champion cutting edge trading technology, low cost trading, comprehensive market research tools, advanced educational programs and world class customer service.

Nominations are currently open for the Awards, which are being organized and hosted by Holiston Media. Nominations will remain open until 31 May. Forex brokerages, educators, technology providers and others can be nominated in both global and regional categories.

Global Forex Awards: Voting begins in July

Voting for the awards will be conducted during the month of July. During this period Holiston Media will be engaging with forex trading communities to encourage them to select and vote for their preferred choice of forex businesses and brands from a list of nominees.

Michael Morton, Co-Founder of The Armchair Trader, commented: “We are very excited to be supporting the Global Forex Awards this year. Our readers are always on the look out for new information that can help them to select trading partners and other services. In a highly sophisticated forex trading world, with many conflicting sources of information, awards like these can be very helpful for the private trader.”

Mike Boydell, CEO of Holiston Media, added: “Our independent nomination and voting processes mean that all Award winners will have one thing in common – they will have been chosen by real forex trading customers from around the world.”

All of the 2019 Global Forex Awards winners will be announced at an official award winners ceremony in Cyprus in October.

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Stuart Fieldhouse

Stuart Fieldhouse has spent over 20 years in journalism and financial communications, including six years as a wealth management correspondent for the Financial Times group, covering capital markets and international private banking, and as an investment banking correspondent for Euromoney in Hong Kong.

Stuart has worked as head of content at CMC Markets, supporting the re-launch of its global financial spread betting and CFD trading platforms. He is also the author of two books on trading, published by Financial Times Pearson. Stuart continues to work with hedge funds, private banks, stock exchanges and other financial institutions on their communications, data and marketing requirements.

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