Month: December 2015

Regulation of Binary Trading In Canada

There are different types of stocks options in Canada as in many other countries, and there are very few of them that come with guarantee when it comes to return on investment (ROI). In case of binary options, there is a chance that an investor could lose everything and there is also a chance of the investment doubling or even trebling within a very short period. Of course there is also room for the investor to get the exact refund of money invested in the binary options. Whatever level of risk involved, one thing that governments across the globe...

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Why Choose Binary Options Over Other Stocks?

Trading in the stock market, whether in binary options or other securities, is a wise investment decision. However, there is a significant degree of risk involved as the future is never certain. Granted, you may have the best binary options broker who knows the way around the stock exchange and who can read the stock market relatively well, but that is no shield against losses. Still, the fact that billionaires like Warren Buffett exist in the stock market is indication that it is possible to become successful while trading in stocks. All the same, it is important to diversify...

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Scam scandals over drug money in binary options

As electronic media grows, scammers find new ways to obtain money from unsuspecting victims. Experts’ advice is that in case something sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Investors have been warned by the federal Department of Financial Institutions in an official warning to take precautions against digital currency, marijuana investments and binary options. The department said in their recent release that Marijuana investments could be particularly prone to scams. The controversial cannabis market is only partially legitimate because legal regulations vary between jurisdictions and states. The money lost can rarely be recuperated. Some Binary options resemble...

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2015 Update on China’s Stock Market

The prices of global shares point at mixed data coming from China. Operators for Euronext’s stock-market universal analysts are working to conduct market-services surveillance at Euronext’s new headquarters at the district of La Defense financial business in Courbevoie, Paris. Day trading is now pressured by mixed data coming from China. C. Surpan, a principal for BO and Scarborough, has noticed how quickly the sentiment of the market turns for the Wall Street Journal. Wall Street opened partially mixed Wednesday amid conflicting Chinese economic data as well as disappointing results in sales being reported by Macy’s. Macy’s had reported unsatisfactory...

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Dollar strength causes chart inventories to reach low point

Since no market is safe now due to the strength of the US, the fundamentals are now weighing in on oil. An overnight report of API inventory shows crude stockpiles rising by 6.3m bbl., which is opposite to most estimates that are announcing a rise by 1.3m bbl. The inventory build is not encouraging to a market that is trying to estimate if the demand will stay relative to the supply when the supply is continuously overwhelming the market. The market outcome due to the large build of API crude inventory is a 2-week low and is now down...

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Florence Suryawan sues DBS for losing money over useless binary options

Florence Suryawan (53), Singapore businesswoman, claims DBS bank miss-advised her into buying ‘useless’ options for protection of her company’s margin positions. The Singapore businesswoman, who lost US$6 million in forex trades, is now asking to restore her accounts to the levels prior to the bank closing out her trading positions.To this effect, her banks have reviewed her financial dealings and have discovered that there were quite a number of irregularities. In order to help her resolve these problems the bank had to present new deals before her, many of these deals though seem not to be in her favour...

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China’s stock market as indicated by the bull and bear regions

After going through a tumultuous summer, the stock market of China is now in an un-secure position, being in both bear and bull market territories. Starting from Wednesday, the SHCOMP—the stock index of Shanghai—was -0.48% , which is now up 24% since August 26 but down 30% since the June 12 peak, which highlights the extreme fluctuations that the world’s giant in stock exchanges has passed through in recent months. Michael Batnick, a seasoned theresearch director at Ritholtz Wealth Management, was one of those that sent in a tweet confirming this issue , just last month. For the current...

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Asian Gaming Company adds binary options by Tradologic Platform

SSCG, whose headquarters are stationed in Manila, Philippines, signed the deal in Manila at the Solisaire Resort by SSC Group Limited. SSCG launched a new BO brand that is powered by the Tradologic platform. SSCG markets gaming and travel services to Asian economies, primarily in China, Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, Singapore and Taiwan. Tradologic reveals the event took place at a gala dinner at SSCG’s Solaire Resort in Manila, Philippines. This is the location of SSCG’s VIP rooms. The event was held for 400 of SSCG’s top clients several months ago. Richard Jonson, the Chief Executive officer for SSCG,says the...

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Opinion: This is the next big hurdle the stock market must clear

For over six years, the bull stock market has endured many challenges and has kept coming back stronger. Ever since March 2009, the Great Recession ended with a recovery coming slow and weak. After that came the sell-off in August, when the stocks significantly dropped 13% to 14% in value, which raised fears that the global economy, especially China, is growing weaker than anyone could have thought. At that time, we believed in the probability that a correction would occur and the stock market would recover. They did grow strongly; however, last week’s jobs report blew out the growing...

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Options as a protection against China’s currency oscillations?

Investors aiming to protect themselves from currency fluctuations in yuan, the Chinese currency, can do so very effectively by using the market of foreign exchange options as stated by Professor J.James, the head at Commerzbank for the FXQ solutions group. James explains the existence of two Chinese currencies: the CNY, which is onshore and more controlled, and the CNH, the offshore that is less controlled. The more liquid currency is CNY; however, the CNH is also catching up. Both currencies are available for foreign exchange options, and they also behave very similarly to the way options act on other...

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