Welcome to my crib: David Drumm's Cape Cod home
WIN! A €5,000 trip to see the former Anglo Irish banker's home and visit Wall Street in New York
WOULD you like to see former Anglo Irish Bank boss David Drumm's luxury pad in Cape Cod near Boston and then head off to experience the thrills of Wall Street?
Test your market knowledge and see if you can trade your way to the home of the financial crisis.
Enter today and see how much you can make with a virtual €20,000 Delta Index trading account over the next six weeks and you could be on the plane to the Big Apple. The contestant with the highest account value at close of business on Wednesday, April 13 will win the four-day trip for two to the USA, where they will fly to Boston to see former Anglo Irish Bank boss David Drumm's luxury home in Cape Cod and then head off to New York and Walls street.
If that's not enough, the winners will stay in Donald Trump's five-star Five Diamond Trump International & Tower Hotel*. You can go online and enter now at www.deltaindex.com
To show you how easy it is, we asked a host of Ireland's top celebrities to try trading against each other to win €1,000 for their chosen charity. They're not your rivals for the US trip, but we will keep you updated on which of the glitterati has made the best and worst trading decisions over the coming weeks.
The chosen celebrities are
Delta Index is Ireland's leading financial spread betting and CFD firm based in Dublin.
Financial Spread Betting is the tax-free way to trade on the world markets including, currencies, commodities , stock market indices, and shares in Ireland, the UK ,the US and Europe.
Delta Index is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland. Financial Spread Betting risks losses that may exceed your initial deposit. Competition terms and conditions apply, visit www.deltaindex.com for further details.
* Maximum value of prize is €5,000. No cash equivalent given. Restrictions apply
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