"It's funny but when things are free, people hesitate in contributing funds, yet don't hesitate for a moment to pay $4 for a cup of coffee,"
Dayton, OH (PRWEB) December 27, 2012
In the same manner that Ben Franklin established the public library as a depository of public knowledge, and for the same reason one ancient library in Alexandria provided the information for Europe to get out of the Medieval Age, Jimmy Wales is doing that through Wikipedia. But Wikipedia requires donations to be in operation. Eric Harbor, ceo, CaesarTrade FX-CFD,has offered this holiday season, a Twenty-Five Dollar bonus for any trader, outside of the US, who donates Five Dollars to the most visited information source on the planet, http://www.caesartrade.com/donate-and-earn.
Wikipedia is a great source of information on celebrities, biographies, what happened in a specific year, to financial data and market speculation which is CaesarTrade's primary focus. "It's funny but when things are free, people hesitate in contributing funds, yet don't hesitate for a moment to pay $4 for a cup of coffee," comments Eric Harbor. "The irony is that most likely you have used Wikipedia in the coffee shop to search for miscellaneous information that popped up in your mind."
When CaesarTrade FX-CFD started its business, it was offering the lowest spreads without a commission with no-cost VPS hosting; essentially giving the trader a free trading platform. But management quickly realized that is not getting business and needed to try a different approach. As a company, CaesarTrade FX-CFD approves of Wikipedia's business approach and wants to support causes that seek the common good, while being fair to each individual.
To contact Eric Harbor, an authority in the Forex and CFD industry and Social Trading, and ceo of CaesarTrade, for comment:
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