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In some cases Regulators determine that firms have been concealing retail or customers accounts and have found out that they are breaching the Regular T margin rules in the process. Sorry to say, arbitrary and selective enforcement by regulators in a prejudiced manner has proprietary traders and firms to restructure, modify how they transact business and to close down doing business in their current manner.
Since more and more scams are involve with regulators and brokers, here are 9 good questions that you can ask in choosing a Forex broker. Although looking for a broker can be a quite a complicated search for traders, you have to be certain to make sure to ask prospective brokers for you to have a reputable broker to work with. These questions may be a good basis for choosing a good broker.
1. Ask the broker what regulatory authority is your brokerage firm registered with and in what country. The NFA or National Futures Association conducts audit on books and is one of the best present regulators. The Forex market is presently far less regulated than stocks, bonds, and commodities.
2. Know how fast they can execute the order. Apparently, it should be a second or less than a seco…
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Good job !

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Dominos 17 Aug.

good article

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thedoctor 17 Aug.

good article

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anvifx 19 Aug.

very good !!

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What are Binary Options?
Binary Options are also known as Digital options but at the same time they are extremely simple when it comes to their functions and using them. Through them, you can trade with currencies, stocks, indices and commodities. Unlike traditional investments, in the binary options industry you do not acquire the asset you trade with. There is no transfer of ownership involved.
There are numerous binary options types. The most common is the high-low option. It characteristics include type of asset and expiration time. The return is fixed and is realized at the moment of expiry. All you have to do is guess the direction in which the price of the instrument, influenced by market volatility, different financial indicators and economic changes, will move. The trade can end in on of two ways:
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brilliant 25 Jan.

scam or non trusty brokers try to attract customers by better payout ratio and other conditions which make it a hard choice ! good article

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shahrukh 25 Jan.

very nice

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shahrukh 25 Jan.

you explain in detail

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Nomi 25 Jan.

very good artical

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Wovch 29 Jan.

well done

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It has been debated for years whether or not stocks should be traded around the clock, but so far the disadvantage and impracticality outweigh the advantages. Even though we currently have the technological structure to support such market hours’ extension as seen in Forex and Commodities markets, the institutions and exchanges aren’t really pushing towards such endeavor.
Firstly, the relationship between liquidity and market data – news and analyst readings, propose a contradictory stance on keeping the markets open as we may still be able to act on news and data coming after hours but the lack of liquidity reduces this benefactor. No Liquidity no good prices, even though we might get breaking news and data there won’t be that many traders and investors to act on it as most will be ‘asleep’. Market makers working within specific office hours are simply not active 24 hours a day as hiring additional staff and employing larger capital into their operations would not always present more benefits. While the retail investor can trade throughout the day, the costs for running its operations are minimal compared to institutions. When it comes down to brokers and dealer’s extending wor…
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ak10 18 Nov.

very good analysis

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Good luck StevieB  :)

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brilliant 24 Nov.

good ideas thanks friend

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Earlier Article we focused on strategies of trading in Binary Option and in this we focus on concept of binary option, bank, regulation and scam, So lets have a look :-
  • Concept of Binary Option
Binary options also called digital options or fixed-return options (FRO) are a simple way to trade price fluctuations in a wide range of financial markets. Binary options have different profits, costs, risks, liquidity structure and investment processes than the traditional (vanilla) options. Binary options offer a non-linear return and a way to gain up to 90% of the initial investment/premium if the contract terminates In-the-money. Binary options are a simple yes/no trade in which the trader either gains a fixed profit or loses their original investment. You can buy or sell binary options on stock indices, commodities, currencies and even economic events such as the monthly unemployment report.
Difference between Binary and Plain Vanilla Options
Binary options are significantly different from vanilla options. Plain vanilla options are a normal type of option that does not include any special features. A plain vanilla option gives the holder the right to buy or sell an underlying asset a…
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Armands 31 Aug.

It doesn't take you to be an expert to see that the first part of the article is COPY PASTED!!!
Look at the language used and grammar mistakes! Like day and night! OOPS!

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Кстати, считаю, что новый рынок бинарных опционов повлиял и на классическую валютную биржу. Новые игроки, новые препятствия...

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FX90 31 Aug.

Interesting article

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great article

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cMy advise out there is for you to be wise before you invest in any binary option broker I was scammed 450,000$ by online broker but at last I found someone who help me to recovered all my lost funds back from a scam broker that stocked my capital with an unregulated broker, If you need assistance with regards of your lost funds from your broker or may be your broker manager asking you to make more deposit before you could make a withdrawal or your account has been manipulated by your broker manager or your broker has blocked your account just because they need you to make more deposit to your

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In the last years and in particular this year, the London FIX has been on the front page of mainstream media but not for the good reasons. Trials and allegations involving various big banks is under developing right now as they are accused of artificially fixing currency rates and rigging the FX market.
This growing scandal suggests that no matter how big is the size of the FX market the fact that the market is controlled by a small group of traders at a handful of large banks it makes the FX market prone to manipulations.
Lack of regulation is one of the other reason why FX wrongdoing is possible and what makes FX market the most opaque market of all financial markets.
Before going any further we must address some serious questions like: What is the fix?; Who uses the fix? How is the fix manipulated?; and the most important question is: How can we make money of the fix?
Although there is no doubt the London Fix has been manipulated, by answering the above questions and knowing the mechanism behind London Fix we can create a profitable strategy from a risk to reward stand point of view. It's like in Poker, if you have the possibility to know your opponent cards you know which cards…
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Ifuga 28 June

Excellent! Now I know.

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Des1 1 July

Daytrader21 are you interested in co-operating with me developing a London fix  EA

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Des1 I'm open to any kind of suggestions, you can fell free to send me a PM. Actually, my intention was to develop the EA using JForex and write my next article, with an easy step by step guide on how to do it.

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great idea  Daytrader21 

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Introduction Dukascopy Bank SA is the best retail forex broker. There are many reasons why this is so. In this article, I will present seven of those reasons. You may wish to agree with me or not. Although many clients of Dukascopy Bank SA are not necessarily retail traders, for the purpose of this article, we will focus only on retail clients. For obvious reasons, I shall not provide names of the competition although the article is tilted towards a comparison between other forex brokers and Dukascopy Bank SA. I will now proceed to discuss the seven reasons why Dukascopy Bank SA is the best retail forex broker. For the purpose of this article, I have chosen to abbreviate Dukascopy Bank SA to DBSA. 1) Liquidity – how large is the market? In any market, a large volume of a product translates into competitive pricing. In the world’s largest market, i.e. the forex market – a retail broker who offers large amount of liquidity will invariably provide competitive pricing. The higher the liquidity, the more likely that your orders will be filled. Now, when it comes to liquidity, few retail brokers can hold a candle to DBSA. With its SWFX technology, DBSA has beaten the competition …
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SpecialFX 11 Dec.

I dont know about being the best Forex broker, because I only have experience with about half a dozen, but they are my favorite :) The platform is not perfect though, the fact that daily candles are created at 00:00GMT and not at the official 17:00 NY time really bugs me...its not a major problem all things considered, but it interferes with my strategy.

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captain 12 Dec.

Thank you SpecialFX for your comments. Some brokers create daily candles according to the official 17:00 NY time; others according to 00:00 local time of the location of the broker's server; others at 00:00 local time of the user/trader. Personally I prefer the 00:00GMT as a rather neutral benchmark bearing in mind that the market is a 24hr market and Greenwhich Meridian provides the reference framework for reckoning time around the planet. Sorry about the interference with your strategy.

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captain 24 Dec.

Zhou, I wish I could understand what you have written - are you in a position to translate into English?

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