Binary betting - FTSE / Dow

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Old Nov 1, 2005, 8:40am   #71
 
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If we define an event as:

Weekly: both contract-1 AND contract-2 end Up. If we observe that the probability of that happening is about 0.9. Then we can take a 1:9 Reward-to-Risk.

Although personally I hesitate to risk 9 for a 1 reward.

And the same contracts for:

Daily: both contract-1 AND contract-2 end up, I see the probability as 0.7, much lower than the Weekly scenario.

Once or twice a month the Weekly scenario presents a 2:8 Reward-to-Risk opportunity.

Intrade and Binexx can be used to execute many strategies.
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Old Sep 20, 2006, 10:49am   #72
 
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how many trade to expiry, I would like to know. Seems IG have a minimum of £2 a point on bins, so I'll open an account at binarybets, and see if I can makes sense of it. I like the pricing, so long as the trade is instant-if it's not, they are cheating and in the world of bookies that should mean having their own beamers driven through the shop window! Of course all spreadbet companies are Arthur Daleys, but only a few make money out of bins,so it seems to be a more level playing field.
PS Never try and day trade ftse with a spreadbet allowing only a stop of 12 ticks- forget the tax, go with IB.
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Old Sep 21, 2006, 11:23am   #73
 
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Originally Posted by parisd
Who offer the following fixed odds bets;
No touch,one touch, barrier range,... on stock indices (S&P, FTSE,...) ??

I know BetonMarket, Refcofx (only for currencies unfortunately) but Iam looking a a serious company like Refco to bets on stock indices barriers
Try:

http://www.worldspreads100.com/

yours

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Old Feb 13, 2007, 11:42am   #74
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just wondering
Does the binary ever open at a 20-30 range if the market trend is up and the previous day closed down?
Is there great occurence of the binary betting range opening at this?

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Old Feb 14, 2007, 7:17am   #75
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thanks for the reply,
but wanted to know if anyone had observed the binary bet open in 20-30 range
when the market was in an uptrend.
This on on the daily market finish up binary bet, mainly on the FTSE and DOW
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Old Mar 8, 2007, 9:32pm   #76
 
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Evening - just enrolled on the site.
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Old Jul 11, 2009, 2:21pm   #77
 
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is that common that in the last 1 minute of the 20 minute FTSE binary betting; the market gets closed ..?
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