Binary.com, Topoption, or Yesoption Binary Broker

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Old Oct 9, 2015, 8:58am   #17
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Binary.com (the old betonmarkets.com) and NADEX are two of the older players in the market, with the second regulated in the US.

24option, Banc de Binary, Anyoption etc. are all operating with licences from Cyprus, so I'd steer clear from them.
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Old Oct 9, 2015, 12:11pm   #18
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Binary.com (the old betonmarkets.com) and NADEX are two of the older players in the market, with the second regulated in the US.

24option, Banc de Binary, Anyoption etc. are all operating with licences from Cyprus, so I'd steer clear from them.
Binary.com is in Malta so Malta/ Cyprus much of a muchness
Some brokers say Oh but your money is safe because it is kept in a seg a/c in a Bank
But don;t forget that is the regulation but if the firm is dishonest and if money does not ever go to the " Bank" what good is that!

Only Nadex and Cantor exchange ( less popular) is CFTC regulated
BUT don;t forget you are still playing against the house!

Stick to UK based FSA regulated providers so you have FSIC coverage... and make sure you play in NON Market Maker product
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Old Oct 12, 2015, 4:49pm   #19
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Honestly? Why would anyone think that Binary.com is any better than any other broker? They are regulated by the MFSA (Malta Financial Services Authority) as opposed to CySEC which regulates most other brokers.

I don't have a downer on Binary.com but you pays your money and takes your choice; they are no better or worse than any other broker that has been around for a while. From this list for my money I'd probably pick 24Option who have been in the game a long while or perhaps Stockpair if you fancy having the ability to trade pairs http://www.binaryoptionsinvestor.net/brokers/
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Old Oct 14, 2015, 1:12pm   #20
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Binary.com is in Malta so Malta/ Cyprus much of a muchness
Some brokers say Oh but your money is safe because it is kept in a seg a/c in a Bank
But don;t forget that is the regulation but if the firm is dishonest and if money does not ever go to the " Bank" what good is that!

Only Nadex and Cantor exchange ( less popular) is CFTC regulated
BUT don;t forget you are still playing against the house!

Stick to UK based FSA regulated providers so you have FSIC coverage... and make sure you play in NON Market Maker product
Agreed about Malta. In terms of money protection and following regulations they are less attractive than an FCA regulated broker. But still - the fact that they are still in business and the complaints about them are few and far between has to be taken into account.

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Old Jul 8, 2016, 10:30am   #21
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If my opinion is counted then i will prefer binary, optiontrade and Nadex for binary options trading however i am currently trading with optiontrade with no complaints so far.
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Old Jul 8, 2016, 12:26pm   #22
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Why would you anybody bother with CySEC regulated firms!
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