(MoneyNewsWire.Net, January 29, 2014 ) London, UK -- Online Trading News are reporting that stock and options traders can get a $50 free bonus when they open a new trading account with TradeKing, one of the most popular online brokers, because they have recently extended their promotion.
This offer has been available all through January, but according to this article from Online-Trading-News.com, TradeKing have recently announced that because this promotion has been so popular, they are now extending it to 12 February 2014.
As they go on to explain, claiming this free $50 bonus is very easy because all people need to do is open a new trading account with TradeKing, deposit a minimum of $3000 within the first 30 days, and then place a minimum of 3 trades within 90 days, which many stock market investors and options traders would probably do anyway.
Commenting on this $50 promotion from TradeKing, a spokesman for Online-Trading-News.com said:
"As I point out in our latest article, the $50 bonus is itself very enticing, but the truth is that TradeKing are one of the top discount brokers in the United States in any case, and have some of the most competitive rates available right now. To demonstrate this point, it currently costs just $4.95 to buy or sell shares, and an additional 65 cents per options contract, which is far cheaper than most other online brokers."
"Furthermore they also offer a live-streaming platform and fully interactive charts, and have lots of research tools and resources that many stock and options traders will find useful, and have actually won numerous awards over the years for their customer service and the overall service that they offer to their clients. So even without any kind of financial incentive, it would still be worth opening an account with TradeKing."
Anyone that would like to find out how to claim this free $50 bonus for opening a new trading account with TradeKing, can do so by visiting:
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